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clunking noise when turning

Discussion in 'Tech Archive (No Posting)' started by 94'BLKBRD, May 9, 2009.



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  1. 94'BLKBRD

    94'BLKBRD New Member 5+ Year Member

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    I replaced both axles on my GF's 95 Civic and still makes some clunking noises when I turn. The car also has new kyb struts. When I get off of the car I hear the noise so thats leading be to believe that it might be a busing. Also, can bad motor mounts cause this? I know the lower motor mount next to the belts is bad. Maybe a bad rack n pinion?
     
  2. EGWiznat

    EGWiznat New Member 5+ Year Member

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    could be mounts maybe but if its the mounts it would only be under load at low speeds and youd feel the car jolting back and for th a little ( or at least that's how it happened on my 93 Integra ) um other then the mounts it could be bushings. i think it would eathier be steering rack bushing or sway bar bushing if you have a front sway bar.
     
  3. 94'BLKBRD

    94'BLKBRD New Member 5+ Year Member

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    are the swaybar or rack bushings hard to replace?
     


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