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Front end rattle 2001 C4

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I would start by looking for a loose front swaybar mounts. Those are fairly common.

Next I would check the shock tower bolts.

Great, thanks for the advice, I hope that it is that simple, I recently the tie rods changed, had it aligned and the steering wheel is off centre, is that because they messed up the toe-in adjustment??

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The toe can be correct and the steering still be off. It is a case of turning each tie rod equal amounts to get the proper toe - without misaligning the steering wheel.

Thanks, that makes sense, one last quick unrelated question, the radio (crd 220 ?) is dead, fuse is okay, any ideas? seems like no power, did these radios have any history of this, or is is just time to replace it?

great site btw, you should be comended for your dedication to the cause ......

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My 98 C2 had same problem. Its the cater rods in teh front. There is a ball joint that wears out at one end. My car only had 36k miles. There is a replacement part number. In Australia they are a US$300 part each.

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