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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 01-27-2011, 05:32 PM Thread Starter
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On my way home from work my car started making a loud clunking noise every time I hit a bump. When I was geting my brakes fixed they said my swaybar link was loose but I never herd it intill 2night. Could this be the problem?? Iam gonna have 2 bring it in tomm.

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Order the moog endlinks.

Your local Napa (or any other auto parts store) can usually get them in.

Take 15 mins and replace them yourself.




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I would be interested to know if this works as I've had the same problem since I lowered my Balt.
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Do you think that what it is the swaybarlinks?

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Dang i hope u get it fixed, how long ago did they mention the problem 2 u b4 u heard it?

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Clunking? Check your sway bar as they said, if not then you probably have something loose down there. Have you had any suspension work done recently?

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no nothing and the car pulls 2 the left iam gonna bring it in right now

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they said it was my rear end pin link gotta bring it back monday 2 get it fixed..how much does this part cost?

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had that problem....swaybar links was the culprit....the bushings were so shot you could move them with the slightest touch.....

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