Okay fellers, figure this one out because it'* baffling me. I rotated my tires this afternoon to see if I could get rid of some highway vibration. It seems to have done the trick.
Anyway, I'm on my way home from my brother'* and I noticed something is missing--the clunk! I'm not saying the tire rotation did it, I'm not saying I know what did it but it is gone. I even came to a dead stop and rotated the wheel left and right to the stops-no clunk.
Maybe with such low miles and not being driven for 1-1/2 years it did need some loosening up and was just a coincidence it stopped after the tire rotation. Like I said earlier, it started out clunking both left and right but the left clunk went away about 2 days after I received the car. I've had the car for 4 days now.
It wouldn't surprise be if it comes back but for the time being I'm quite pleased.
I'd love to hear your thoughts on this.
2000 SE GFGW | Arctic White | 40K Miles | 18" GXP Rims | Factory Bosal Dual Exhaust Conversion |
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