yes he does "THE BLESSING"
If your truck is 2wd than check the bearing, hub assembly. This is considering that you have the balance and alignment checked at a shop already
Can you be a little more specific? Like where the clunk is coming from, and/or what you're doing when it clunks? FriPilot
the rear end (differental)
the knuckle part and it has to be greased. you just need to a grease kit for it and take it to a shop if you can't do it yourself
It sounds like a universal joint to me, it's an easy repair and cheap too.
Im not 100% sure. but i have a 97 Monte Carlo. and i think i have isolated the sound to the gas tank expanding and contracting. it has a plastic gas tank, and the sound sounds similar to a plastic drum/barrel/container clunking from expanding/contracting.
it would be the CB joint it it's a front wheel drive vehicle with high mileage.
it could be that your brake discs are completely warped. so you might just need brake repairs made on your vehicle.
that is either your front right wheel bearing or your coil spring is turning need new suspension..$$$$
We may advise taking an expectorant when the cough is with mucus aor phlegm is coming out
Quick look: no. There are 12 recalls for your truck.... look them up at http://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/recalls/recallsearch.cfm
It is most likely one of three things... 1 broken strut spring 2 worn out sway bar bushing 3 loose muffler
Hi I'm Patrick and I have a 1994 Plymouth Acclaim and that annoying clunking sound is coming from the rear wheels there's a bar that runs down the middle of the rail that holds the wheels together and when you go over a bump that bar smacks the canal it sits in and makes that sound so I just got my welder out and welded it to the canal to keep it from smacking.
or cv joint If it's rear wheel drive, check the U-Joints.
check exhaust to be sure it is not coming loose somewhere. May be problem in steering or suspension. Check struts tie rods etc
Depends on which part of the truck the noise is coming from. Could be an u-joint, a wheel bearing, a failed transfer case......
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If there is a clunking noise coming from the front of your car or truck, it could very well be the rotors. When rotors get worn, the warning sign is the clunk. It lets you know it's time to replace the rotors. If the noise is from engine compartment, listen for valve knock or sticky valve lifters or rocker arms at the valve covers. At the lower end of the engine, where the lowest pulley is, listen for water pump and main bearing clicks. On the alternator, listen for bearing failure. All components should emit a faint whir or rotation noise when working properly.
It shouldn't have the cable, but first, are you sure its the speedometer and not something else... you need to listen carefully to where it might be coming from, might be wheel bareing, tire, could be serveral things so just eliminate all the possiblities so you will know what to do and how to fix it.
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No. I advise you to look up what saltatory conduction is so you will understand why not rather than coming here to get the answers to your homework.
no recall, but there was a bulletin. wasn't recalled because they determined that it wasn't a safety issue, rather and "inconvenience." there is a replacement for the intermediate steering shaft that eliminates the clunking/ratcheting feeling.
I'm assuming you mean a pulley, which is what the belts run on. If so, depending on which pulley the bearings could be bad or if it is the crankshaft pulley (big pulley near the bottom) the rubber could be getting bad.