Q: Clunking in front end of car.

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I can hear a clunking in the front end of my car when going over speedbumps and uneven sections of road.

This could be a lot number of things. A few prime suspects are the sway bar end links, control arm bushings and struts. A trained professional, like one from YourMechanic, will be able to diagnose your noise in person.

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