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Versión actual por: oldturkey03 (detalles del voto) ,

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CV joints do tend to make a clunking sound when they go out but before you go to the expense of replacing them you should check other things first like the stabler bar links .When the links break they will bounce off the axles and make a racket when turning . You should also check the ball joints . If there loose in the socket they can make a clunking sound . Check the wheel bearings  I would also check engine mounts and tie rod ends . Hope this helps

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Editado por: oldturkey03 (detalles del voto) ,

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CV joints do tend to make a clunking sound when they go out but before you go to the expense of replacing them you should check other things first like the stabler bar links .When the links break they will bounce off the axles and make a racket when turning . You should also check the ball joints . If there loose in the socket they can make a clunking sound . Check the wheel bearings  I would also check engine mounts and tie rod ends . Hope this helps

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Aporte original por: Jimfixer ,

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CV joints do tend to make a clunking sound when they go out but before you go to the expense of replacing them you should check other things first like the stabler bar links .When the links break they will bounce off the axles and make a racket when turning . You should also check the ball joints . If there loose in the socket they can make a clunking sound . Check the wheel bearings  I would also check engine mounts and tie rod ends . Hope this helps

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