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Front Passenger Side Wheel Problem

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Hi Guys. I have a 2001 y reg focus. I have Something loose on the passenger side wheel i have no idea what it is but everytime i go over bumps or a ruff bit of road etc theres clonking noises, on a smooth road its fine. The steering seems fine.Any people had the same problem. thanks

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sorry forgot to mention, i may be totally wrong but would this be the link bar (anti roll) by any chance. thanks

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Sounds like it could be yeah. Also worth checking the balljoint where the lower arm meets the hub assembly as these are prone to going and begin to creak/knock on bumpy surfaces when they do.

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Cheers Tim. Is There Any Other Suggestions. As iv Had It Looked at and they reckon it a bracket loose or something.??cheers

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Cheers Tim. Is There Any Other Suggestions. As iv Had It Looked at and they reckon it a bracket loose or something.??cheers

ive currently got the same problem, invest ongoing at the moment, i'll update my findings!

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cheers clarkost170. i still have not found out what the noise is, if i go into somewhere like a car park it makes the noise bad but on a normal road it will happen over a bump or dip in the road, have you found out yet? thanks

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