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Clunk from rear of car when turning right

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I just got my car from the dealer, they replaced the left rear upper strut mount for this problem (appearently it was broken), but you guessed it the clunk is still there... :angry:

To me it sounds like a bushing or suspension part is worn and when you turn right after traveling straight there is a single clunk as if some part of the suspension shifts over under load.

It is unmistakable and can be reproduced easily. I plan to take it back and ask them to check again, but I would like to know what could cause this so I can ask good and leading questions.

Do these cars use a panhard bar to center the rear suspension under the frame? Any ideas or suggestions are appreciated!


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Good post, but I don't think so...

The first thing they changed on mine was the upper strut bushing, that didn't fix it so I went back today.

Today they said that the shock on the drivers side is shot (strange, worn out at 38,000 km!?) I am beginning to think my car was driven very hard by the previous owner! :o

Luckily for me this is warranty work, hate to think that I would have to foot the bill for this.

I would really like to get this up on a hoist and locate the trouble myself!

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