May 24, 2016 · on May 24, 2016 I have a 1995 Mazda Protege SE (or ES?) 4 cylinder, 1.8L Double Overhead Cam. Front wheel drive. I do NOT hear any weird noises or vibration when driving straight. However, whenever I turn left OR right, a hard knocking sound is heard and felt through the floor of the car in the front.
Nov 22, 2016 · 4 Something in my driver's side front suspension has a brief knock sound emanating from it and almost feels like some joint or fastener has play in it a small amount when the knock sound is heard. Basically I'm parked forward facing in a carport with a driveway perpendicular to my vehicle.
Mar 1, 2017 · Im having the exact same problem, except when turning left one clunk under the right side. My wife side she feels it directly under her feet. Ive replaced all the control arms, track bar, swaybar, tierod, and drag link. Ive checked the torque of all the bolts. Just on clunk whe turning. Im lifted 4.5 in teraflex with the ir bushings.
Oct 1, 2011 · Generally, one way to check for wheel bearing noise is to drive at a moderate or legal speed and as you turn on a slight curve, say to the right, the noise should decrease if it is the passenger's side and increase if it is the driver's side and the reverse is generally true as well; if the wheel bearing on the drivers side is noisy or bad steering to the left will generally quiet it down and ...
Aug 23, 2021 · Yes it definitely is barely noticeable if I come to almost a complete stop to turn. But if I'm going like 5-10mph and take a sharp turn it clunks all the way through the turn. I can quiet my ride by slowing way down and taking wider turns but it really pisses everyone off behind me when I dead stop in a 50mph zone to turn left.
Jul 16, 2006 · Already have new shocks and endlinks, and upper control (because of the Ball joint). Only happens on right turns, with the wheel turned and the truck in motion. Occurs about 1/2 way through turning the steering wheel, when the truck is body rolling around the turn. Happens at low speeds (even very low) and high speeds (sorta high like 35 or so ...
I will intermittently get the same sound when accelerating hard/braking hard. The noise originates in the front right - presumably from the wheel. Since I have recently had a spring break on the left side of the car, I have checked this on the right side and the spring looks fine. The car in question is a 2001 Ford Focus.