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front noise

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not sure what cause this loose sound at the front by the fuel tank ,under the batteries tray,which is hard to reach and find out ,this is what i do ,jack the car up ,and strongly hold the wheel and shack it ,you will hear the dry noise rolling clunk ,clunk ,almost sound like a bolt is rolling back and forth,i don't think it's inside the fuel tank ,other wise you can't hear it in side the fuel tank ,i have remove the underneath cover can't see much ,no sure is anyone got the diagram to looked at ?very appreciate if someone can help .thank's

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If it's only when you turn the wheel, I'd guess loose steering rack or something along that path. Have you raised it up and looked from underneath?

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I had a nasty clunking noise up front which I heard when driving over even very small bumps in the road. It turned out to be worn out rubber bushings in the front strut mounts.

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not sure what cause this loose sound at the front by the fuel tank ,under the batteries tray,which is hard to reach and find out ,this is what i do ,jack the car up ,and strongly hold the wheel and shack it ,you will hear the dry noise rolling clunk ,clunk ,almost sound like a bolt is rolling back and forth,i don't think it's inside the fuel tank ,other wise you can't hear it in side the fuel tank ,i have remove the underneath cover can't see much ,no sure is anyone got the  diagram to looked at ?very appreciate if someone can help .thank's

Have a similar noise- sounds like a socket head screw rolling around in the fuel tank. I can produce it by pushing sideway on the front wheel (car on ground) If I track it down will post.

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