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What would make a loud clunk noise in a passenger side front tire when turning right?

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2006-08-16 17:01:06
2006-08-16 17:01:06

After replacing the struts, CV joints, tie-rod ends etc....the noise is still there. I found it's actually the top strut bearing plate that wears out. They are available at some auto parts. ....this is the source of the noise....

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