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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-06-2006 Thread Starter
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Arrow Need Help WIth Nocking Noise

I have a 2000 5 speed V6 with 92k miles with no upgrades on it and recently i have been hearing a knocking noise when i turn. All that i can really tell is it sounds like it is coming from the front right and i seem to hear it mostly when i turn right. If anyone might know what my problem is and how much it will cost to get it fixed that would be great .


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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-07-2006
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thats means your CV joints r going out,
you can get them replaced, not sure how much thu

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Originally Posted by Krazy
thats means your CV joints r going out,
you can get them replaced, not sure how much thu
Mustangs don't have CV joints.

It could be ball joints, tie rod ends, your wheel well may have come loose, or it could be a shock.

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