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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-16-2010 Thread Starter
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2001 Mustang gt suspension noise on takeoff?? Clunk noise??

So whenever i first take the car out for the day I notice a clank noise coming from the bottom front of the car somewhere?? Anyone know what it might be and what I should look for?? I figured it might be the suspension?? Like I said when I take off on first gear usual a clunk noise.

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Ball Joints or A-Arm bushings would be where I'd start looking.

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My 1999 mustang gt makes a clunking sound only when i turn left. the sound comes from the back right rear tire. guessing it is a suspension issue.
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Here you go...

1- Check out the bushing for lower arm
2- Ball joint
3- Tie rod and Tie rod end
4- Brake pads
5- Wheel bearing

Good luck
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