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Old 08-04-2010
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Clicking Noise

I was hoping someone would be able to help me figure out why when i turn i hear a clicking noise from my drivers side front tire area? and how might i go about fixing it?
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more info about your truck please
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I have a 2002 edge 4x4 3.0 motor with a 3inch body lift
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constant noise? only under exceleration, decel? paint us the picture man
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oh sorry no it only clicks when i turn either direction. It is a constant clicking too so if im driving im fine but as soon as i turn it starts clicking
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sounds like a cv. thats not too bad, there abuot 60 bucks or so
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ok thank you im not sure how to replace that but i think i could figure it out
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yeah that does sound like you cv seeing youre 4wd,i bought one at advance auto eailer this year and it was like 75 and some change,only took me about 45 mins to change it,and that was my first time changing one
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its really straight forward man.
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hey thank you ill fix that tomorrow. One more question my check engine light is on...is there anyway i can check that?
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If you don't have a code reader I think there's a bunch of auto parts stores down there that check them for free!
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help!!!!! so i have almost the whole cv half shaft out but for some reason i can get the axle out of the case....whats going on?
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so you got the axle nut off right? it should just slid right out with a little muscle, i used a crow bar to pry mine out
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