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Might take me a while to actually get things done and figure it out, but I'm sure I'll update as I do. I blew out a right side axle back in August 2008, and couldn't resolve the constant clicking when turning under acceleration. The mechanic explained that the bearings???
These bushings are constructed of two metal collars, one large and one small with rubber molded inside, the larger collar holding the smaller collar inside. So, just this morning, in the stormy, relentless Bay Area rain, my front left wheel or thereabouts was making a "snap snap snap, click click click" noise under acceleration, mostly when accelerating into a turn; but now I hear the noise when accelerating at even moderate speeds, in a straight line. This clunking noise will become louder and more frequent over time.
I'm thinking more that it might be suspension, the boots on the struts are wrecked and I'm thinking they've been that way for awhile. The common places for a transmission leak would be from the gasket on the oil pan the most common leak area I think , from the seals where the axle shafts go into the differential, and the seal around the torque converter inside the bell housing.
Old 01-02-2016, 11: You can sort of check the motor mount by putting it into and out of gear parking brake on and foot on the brake and having someone watch the motor to see if it jumps. This is turning into a pita. Thanks everyone.
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He or she will then remove the old ball joint and replace it with a new one. Worn Shock Bushing Step 2 - A sway bar or bars, some cars have front and rear sway bars are designed to prevent the car from rolling leaning when cornering.
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