axle seals, it probally does it more after you complete a turn. You should check the rotors and wheels from the insode for oil. (make sure it isn't brake oil)
I think, it might be a problem with the front Differential..
Its most likely your sway bar linkage.
No, it's fine but, if it was it might be a worn out universal joint.
Worn motor and/or tranny mount.
Motor and transmission mounts. Or differential is getting worn(check fluid- sometimes the differential fluid and transmission are shared- if not, refill or youll lose the differential ).Check the easiest first, the mounts are probably old, worn and broken.
Sounds like your ball joints are shot. Could also be your axles. I had the same noise, clunking when i turned and it turned out to be my axles. Check the boots to see if they are ripped.
check the u-joints in the drive shaft first
It will sound like a gear moving, there might be a clunking sound.It is perfectly normal.
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Normally a loud whine will occur. Sometimes a clunking sound will happen when you move off from standstill. Always a good plan to check the oil level in the Differential casing.
I would suspect worn steering components, or front wheel drive components. Have this inspected as it could be a dangerous situation.
Most commonly that would be the fly wheels within the transmission. It is advisable to see a mechanic for this problem to avoid a blown transmission.
Buick makes a clunking sound from trans area when accelerating.
If you are talking about slack in the gears in the differential , then you will have to replace them because they have alot of wear and don't fit together snug any more . If you are talking about the whole differential having play and making a clunking noise when you pull away from a stop , then you need to change the rubber bushings at each end of your leaf springs .
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A car that is in good running condition should not make a clunking noise. If a person pushes the gas and brake pedal at the same time causing a car to make a clunking noise, that is an indication of stain on the motor.
Shocks are exactly what it sounds like. Especially if the bushings are older and dried out.
Yes it can
or cv joint If it's rear wheel drive, check the U-Joints.
probably your rearend