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What would cause a 94 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE AWD to make a knocking sound when accelerating and a clicking sound when turning a corner?


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2004-11-20 22:47:54
2004-11-20 22:47:54

CV joints which need to be changed. (Also called the half shafts) The Knocking sound could be several things depending on type of engine , could only be pre ignition,from low octain gasoline or more serious could be rod or main bearing knock, or some of the 4 cyl. engines would knock when the cam lobes were worn. As far as the clicking when turning sounds like your CV joints on your front wheel drive are worn. This usually happens to vehicles with High milage.These repairs could be quite costly. I suspect this car has a lot of miles on it.You could get an estimit , and decide if it is worth fixing ,or just drive it. good luck Gary

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