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1996 Honda Passport

Makes a clunking noise on sharp turns to the left or right, sounds like noise is coming from the rear.

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Sounds like the rear trailing arm bushes, they are very common in the hondas, im not sure what a honda passport is, we dont get them here in new zealand, but most hondas have them fail quite often and make the noise you are decribing. check them out and see how you go.

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