I've got the clunks GDmit and I'm not happy. I took her in Monday, said sway end links and changed them out. Drive home feeling good till my driveway and clunk or rather clink clink. Same sound. What's next? Any ideas? I'm thinking tie rod but surely that woulda been the first they checked. Help. I hate the clunks.
Gettin' Lucky in Kentucky...Maysville, KY
No sir, it's more at real slow speeds going over abnormal pavement. Sounds like a 'clink' but it's when turning.
ive had this issue since over a year
replaced some parts
sound still comes
i get a big tak sound once only when i turn right in the morning
but the clunk still there over bad uneven roads
Did you replace the sway bar bushing? or the links. Links are usually ok on these cars. Bushings are junk though. cheap fix to. on 12 dollars at the dealer.. and it's a DIY project..
Happen to me! It's definitely the suspension. Every bolt on your suspension needa to be inspected and/or tightened. They tightened just one bolt about a 1/4inch and the sound went away for good. Go to a shop n have them tighten up everything in your front sway bars and control arms.
HEMI ORANGE '09 Dodge Challenger SRT8
New build: 3.6L kenne bell, 148mm throttle body, Inertia 392 forged motor,Inertia big boost heads, SHR 1000hp transmission, inertia blower cam, 1400 DSS driveshaft, Fore dual pump fuel system, BB Dominator TQ converter, SP sway bars and lowering springs, OBX Long tube headers, Bassani midpipes, Flowmaster mufflers
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Is this the sound most of you are receiving?its hard to hear it but it is there for sure just crank up your volume
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Front end "Klunk" can be any (or some...or all) of the following:
-Tie Rod Ends
-Sway Bay End Links
-Tension Strut bushings
-Lower control Arm Bushings
-Upper Control Arm Bushings
The Rubber bushings in the tension struts and control arms cars have a tendency to tear.....it is a common issue
I had the "klunk" in my Magnum and it was the Tension Strut Bushings..........I currently have to replace the Tension struts and lower control ams in my SRT8 Charger as I have the "Klunk" and the bushings are showing signs of tearing.
This is an example of what to look for:
2007 Silver Metallic Dodge Charger SRT8............The REAPER
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ball joints on mine, had to replace two of the control arms.