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What would cause a clicking noise when you accelerate in a 1998 Dodge Stratus?


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2006-03-24 07:25:07
2006-03-24 07:25:07

Bad axle maybe? Does it do it when you turn one way or another? Check to see if the cv boots are torn.

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