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  • #990156
    Nader Iano
    Nader Iano
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    Hi!
    Have this Mazda CX-3 which we had problem with the front struts on both sides. After changing the front strut assemblies have a new problem :/
    Whilst turning the steering wheel and having the foot on the brake there comes clunking noises from the front of the car. Both right turn and left. Happens when car is either moving slowly forward or reverse while holding the footbrake and turning. Also when the gear selector is in drive mode (D). When i dont apply the brake, no sound. when the gear selector is in N (Neutral?) and i hold the brake and turn no sound. Any idea?

    • This topic was modified 1 month, 4 weeks ago by Nader Iano Nader Iano.
    • This topic was modified 1 month, 4 weeks ago by Nader Iano Nader Iano.
    • This topic was modified 1 month, 4 weeks ago by Nader Iano Nader Iano.
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  • #990160
    Nader Iano
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    Clarification 🙂 :Clunking noises only stationary with gear selector on D or driving slowly forward or reverseand braking and turning. No noise when brake is not applied. No noise when gear selector is in N and brake is applied and I turn the steering wheel. Strange!!

    #990161
    Nightflyr *
    Richard Kirshy
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    Check your ball joints, sway-bar, steering and CV axles

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    Nader Iano
    Nader Iano
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    could it really be these you have mentioned simce i have no noise driving without having the brake sligtly engaged? could it not be the brake system?

    #990163
    Nightflyr *
    Richard Kirshy
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    Could be a number of possibilities:
    But being the noise happened when you turn the wheel, I would start with the list I posted.

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