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  • colin_l 08/02/09 11:33 pm PST

    Definitely check all the swaybar and other linkages first to make sure they are tight. Anything that has a bushing, spray silicone lube on it. (DO NOT use wd-40 or oil-based lubricants.)


    If you have a 4WD, the most likely cause is a CV joint. They usually click, but they can clunk. It could also be a tie rod end, various bushings, a front swaybar mount (if equipped), and more.

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