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i think ill be getting my cv joint sorted,my question is what syntoms has other people had?i just have a loud creeking/clonk when turning left.my bottom arms and arbs have been done.

what prices do cv joint go for?

 

cheers

 

creeking isnt a typical symptom of cv joint failure.

 

what sort of "clonking" do you hear? multiple, rythmic or a single clunk?

 

from what little discription youve made so far and taking into account the recent replacements Id have to edge my bets on it being your arb bushes.

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hi

i think ill be getting my cv joint sorted,my question is what syntoms has other people had?i just have a loud creeking/clonk when turning left.my bottom arms and arbs have been done.

what prices do cv joint go for?

 

cheers

 

creeking isnt a typical symptom of cv joint failure.

 

what sort of "clonking" do you hear? multiple, rythmic or a single clunk?

 

from what little discription youve made so far and taking into account the recent replacements Id have to edge my bets on it being your arb bushes.

 

thats what i thought but ,was told it may be cv joint.

 

i get a loud creek/clonk when going left,not right.Also on pull off from standstill.u can feel it as im driving etc.

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hi

i think ill be getting my cv joint sorted,my question is what syntoms has other people had?i just have a loud creeking/clonk when turning left.my bottom arms and arbs have been done.

what prices do cv joint go for?

 

cheers

 

creeking isnt a typical symptom of cv joint failure.

 

what sort of "clonking" do you hear? multiple, rythmic or a single clunk?

 

from what little discription youve made so far and taking into account the recent replacements Id have to edge my bets on it being your arb bushes.

 

thats what i thought but ,was told it may be cv joint.

 

i get a loud creek/clonk when going left,not right.Also on pull off from standstill.u can feel it as im driving etc.

 

Go to an empty car park and drive around with full lock on both ways. If the CV joint is gone then you'l get clonk-clonk-clonk with the wheel rotation.

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