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If it is a thumping and a front wheel drive car, it is probably one of the axles.
worn cv joint =[
There are a few different things which could cause wheel shaking and thumps when hitting a big bump. The most likely cause however, is that the struts need to be replaced.
You did not describe the noise so here are a couple of thoughts: The front struts will sometimes make a thumping noise going thru turn if they are worn out. CV joints will often make a clicking noise going thru turns when they are failing. When the CV joint fails completely it will often lock up and you won't be able to steer the car.
Maybe that thumping noise is the sound of another car smashing into the rear of your car.
I have a 95 Camaro as well with the same problem. My problem was that my cam was eating up my lifters, and then they tried to fix the problem, and adjusted the valves wrong -- thus causing the thumping noise.AnswerIf you hear it when first pulling out or turning from a stop, it could be loose or damaged motor mounts.
A creaking noise in the front end of the 2003 Ford Escape might be caused by shocks or struts that need to be replaced. This might also be caused by damage to the shocks or struts from high mileage.
Bad tire? Rotate and see if thumping changes
Front rotors are warped and need to be replaced. Could be an out of round disc brake rotor
You could have a balljoint that is going bad or possibly a strut mount too.
worn torsen differential
Need new lifters
most likely you have a loose bearing.
Have that tire checked sometimes the belts inside can break and cause a thumping noise
link pin needs replace
Its your bushings, they need to be replaced. About $200 at a shop.
It is common to have a knocking or clunking noise of a 99 Nissan Altima, even after the struts have been replaced. This may be due to worn ball joints. It is best to replace the ball joints, too.
They should make no noise.
Check for rusted brake parts, and also for partly seized bearing plates on the front struts, causing them to turn in a rough or jerky fashion. Sometimes the struts can be greased but often they need to be replaced.
the noise coming from this truck is the uv goints
Loose rear lug-nuts, bad wheel bearings, worn suspension bushings/struts, bent control arm, loose/damaged brakes.