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pop,klunk,crack,snap

Discussion in 'General Explorations!!' started by Audio_1, September 16, 2002.

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    1. Audio_1

      Audio_1 Active Member

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      i got so many noises comeing from my x its not funny. i know one of then is the slip yolk. the others all originate from the front wheels durning turns, when i back into a packing space i get a click click click click. or when i turn and brace at the same time and come to a stop i got a snap snap snap snap snap snap.
       
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    3. SaleenEXP

      SaleenEXP Well-Known Member

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      For th wheel sound, if its a weird clunking sort of when turing or going over bumps, check you bushings (probably the radius arm bushings need to be replaced) Thats what my 94' did when I turned or hit a bumb, made it sound/feel like the whole suspension was lose.
      As for the "click click click click, snap snap snap snap " sound I have no friggen idea what that is, but it sounds like it would annoy the hell out of me;)
       
    4. Jason_25

      Jason_25 Elite Explorer<br>ECX Member

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      97's don't have radius arm bushings. Check the shock bushings, and the sway bar bushings first.
       
    5. SaleenEXP

      SaleenEXP Well-Known Member

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      oops, your right, didn't even see that he had a 97', but yeh definitley check the bushings.
       
    6. 97emerald

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      I would also check your front cv joints and boots. If the boots are cracked or torn, the joints are probably bad.
       
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      in my first gen ex, when i try to turn sharply in 4x4 my steering feels like its getting turned by the wheels. is this a universal joint problem?
       
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      What if you CV boots aren't torn?
       

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