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Knocking coming out of Corner

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09 Dec 2009 11:07 #1584 by mad4x4
My Jimny Seems to Knock (drive train or Suspension) coming out of a right hand corner.

What do I look for ?

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09 Dec 2009 23:19 #1586 by wildfire
sounds like it could be the bearings, wheel or kingpin, or that joint in side the sterring knuckel. (to late in the evening to rember the name!) I had a the same thing on an other car and it was the CV joint which was going and the sterring failed in the end.

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15 Dec 2009 11:38 #1600 by kirkynut
CV joint!!!

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The underdog often starts the fight, and occasionally the upper dog deserves to win - Edgar Watson Howe.

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15 Dec 2009 11:40 #1601 by kirkynut
Having said that - pull it out, clean it up and re-grease before it gets too bad and that might be all it needs. You'll possibly see damage when you clean it up otherwise as lumps might be missing from the balls etc.

If it's shot you'll have to get another.

Try Thornton's breakers ebay shop, they used to be CAM Suzukiand are reasonably priced on 2nd hand stuff, if a little sow on delivery.

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The underdog often starts the fight, and occasionally the upper dog deserves to win - Edgar Watson Howe.

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