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Stock everything 2006 with 57k miles. I just did the front pads and rotors exactly two weeks ago and I just noticed a clunking sound going over bumps in the last couple days. I realize it could be a million things but if wanted to recreate the going over bumps action in my driveway to narrow down where exactly the clunk is coming from what could I do? Simply getting underneath and bench pressing it up and down doesn't do it. Tried hitting things with a rubber mallet. I was thinking of getting it real high and doing some sort of seesaw with a board under the tire and hit real hard to compress the suspension slightly.... Not sure.
 

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I have the same problem but mine gets a little squirrely when I hit larger bumps. Let us know what you find.
 

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I have the same problem but mine gets a little squirrely when I hit larger bumps. Let us know what you find.
Struts, ball joints, sway bar end links.
 

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Struts on mine are SHOT!!! Tim confirmed.
 

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Damn, I need to get outta this apartment and get me a shop with a lift so's I can Do Work! Pretty sure if it was closer to Christmas I would just leave the clinks clangs and clungs I have and drive down a road with the proper amount of bumps and make sweet music. Although the screaching belt I get when its below 30 degrees would drown out everything else. :coolthumb:
 
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