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Front End Clunk or Pop When Turning

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Re: Front End Clunk or Pop When Turning

Postby nealinator » Jul 09 2018, 3:11pm

I got you...guess when you said "both sides" that should have clued me in...haha. Glad you got it sorted it out. I hate having a clunk or noise I cannot find!
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Re: Front End Clunk or Pop When Turning

Postby andrewculp16 » Dec 17 2019, 12:42am

I also had basically the same problem. The passenger UCA pivot bolts had loosened over time and was popping when I would turn. Torqued them back down to spec and problem solved.
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