Could be a hub cap, in which case removing and driving will answer that. Better chance of a half shaft on it's way out. A half shaft runs between the transaxle and the wheel. On each end there is a constant velocity joint. The joints are each covered with a black bellow shaped boot to protect the joint. Stick your snoot under the side that is making the noise and inspect the two boots. If you see grease flung out from the centrifical force, look closley at the boot(s) for a crack or tear in it. IF so, replace the halfshaft. While you can relace just the joint and boot, it is more costly, more of a pain in the butt and you still will only have one new joint.
when you flip your blinker on, a relay in the circuit is activated which turns the light on and off. also, the front blinker and rear blinker usually alternate in turning off and on, so when the back is on, the front will be off, and reverse.. that's why when a bulb is out, the clicking sound in the vehicle goes faster than when both are in working order.
Possibly a defective CV joint if it happens in turns, or if it only happens when you apply the brakes, then it needs new pads.
if clicking is in turns than a front axle needs replaced. if turning right it is your left axle-- turning left it is your right axle!! the clicking is the cv joint in axle.
probably because you have your turn signal on. LOL sorry, couldn't resist
A clicking sound either when you are driving or when you make a turn. The Clicking sound will come from the outside wheel during turns, such as if you turn left the right cv will generally make the noise.
"clicking" when taking turns -- indicates CV joint is going bad
probably the constant velocity (cv) joint could be right or left and inner or outer
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You should check the cv joints on your drive line. When they start to go bad they'll start clicking when you turn.
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The clicking sound that the front tire is making when turning is caused by the velocity joint, I suggest that you replace it rightaway because it means that the metal bearings of the velocity joint has already lost one ball and if it breaks apart - the bigger problem is transporting a car with a wheel that won't roll
most likely the hard drive going bad. back up your data.
CV Joint going out
it is when u turn the tires lift the hit the ground
clicking sound but engine wont turn over. jump across terminals on starter if engine turns over solenoid is bad.
Could be a wheel bearing, better have it checked out soon before the wheel departs from the vehicle.
it is were it turns on the heat to warm it upThe coefficient of expansion per degree per inch causes the metal to expand and contract making the sounds
The volume of the sound isn't as important as the frequency of the sound. The avalanche is caused by a specific frequency creating a harmonic resonance in the mountain which in turns causes a large mass of snow to slide off the mountain.
if it is a front wheel drive check the cv joints
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If you can hear a clicking sound coming from the front end when you go around tighter turns. If you can hear clicking turning right, you should replace the left CV joint and if you are turning left and hear the clicking sound you should replace the left CV joint. I strongly recommend getting it replaced sooner rather than later. A CV joint should run anywhere between $75-$125. I recommend a CV joint of a higher quality, which means more money, and with a lifetime warranty, it will be worth it, especially with them never say die Toyota engines.
if front wheel drive perhaps cv axles.
You might want to have the CV joints checked. When bearings start to go out, they make a "clicking" or "rattling" noise while driving - especially while making turns.
The Crank shaft turns and causes the cam shaft to turn, the pumps to turn, the alternator to turn, the transmission gears to turn, the transmission causes the drive shaft to turn, the drive shaft causes the differential to turn (in rear wheel drive models) this turns the axles and the axles turn the wheels. In a front wheel model, the transmission turns the axles shaft that turns the wheels. In a 4x4 the transmission splits to turn the front drive shaft and the rear drive shaft. (then the differential and the axles etc. The other thing that is counted is the steering wheel but it never really completes a whole revolution.
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