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Old 09-28-2008, 11:28 PM   #1
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Question Steering Clunk

First forum post o.O well I have a '99 SE It was in a front end accident with a guard rail last year but all that was affected was the right headlight and bumper. I repaired that this summer. Now the problem is about 10-20% of the time i steer (more often when steering right) there is a clunk noise coming from what sounds like the left side. It happens more often when it is a sharp turn also. I'm pretty sure its not a ball joint because i jacked it up and there is no play in the wheels. Anyone got any ideas? maybe sway bar bushing or tie rod ends? Thanks
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