brakes are need to be replace
loose or bad u joints.
Have someone check your Engine mount
You probably need your bearings repacked
Possibly the sway bar bushings?
If it's a type of clunking noise, check your gearbox. If it's some kind of rattling, check your hubcaps.
Yes, but only when you have the starter engaged
i would take a good guess that when the starter is engaged through the sylenoid that it is sticking and when you go to shut it off it stays engaged
Either the ign. switch is faulty, or the starter is faulty Or the starter solenoid is stuck closed, so the starter is constantly engaged and getting voltage from starter relay. If so you would need to replace the solenoid.
Worn out front sway bar links or bushings can do that.
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.
check the u-joints in the drive shaft first
sounds like the right front motor mount .i replaced mine and the clunking sound went away
Possibly a worn engine and/or gearbox mounting or exhaust mounting
What type of noise? Clunking, squeaking, rubbing. A little more information would help.
bad starter, or switch, or a short in the wiring. hope it helps. duboff
Maybe bad CV joints?
if it is in fact the starter, it is probably engaging the flywheel. starter may be faulty.
It could make a grinding type noise when moving slow. A "whirrr" type whine when moving faster. The grinding noise may change to a clunking noise when turning the wheel. Any of these noises means "fix me now or else."
If you operate a front wheel drive vehicle, the clunking noise you hear may be a CV joint bearing going bad.
it would be the CB joint it it's a front wheel drive vehicle with high mileage.
If it is installed incorrectly and causes the starter to be engaged continuously/always running it would kill the starter fairly quickly.
Most likely you have a damaged - locking a/c compressor internally.............
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