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    Clicking Noise

    Ok, I have this horrible clicking noise coming from my passenger front tire. It goes away when i am going about 60+ but when i am going around 40 it is so horrible. I am thinking its my bearing in my Wheel Hub Assembly but I am not sure. Has any one else had this problem before? If you did, what was the issue? Can any one please help? Thanks

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    sounds like the cv shaft
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    does it get worse when you turn? hub assembly usually gets worse on turns and you get a humming noise. Clicking usually is the CV axle

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    Well its a humming noise when I am driving down the street. But when I drive really really slow like 5mpg it clicks. But it does not get worse when I turn. It has went away but I am sure it will come back again. The first few times it started I was driving about 45 or so and it just gets really load and I have to come to a complete stop for it to go away and right when I come to a complete stop, there is this jolt like something came unstuck and it goes away. But for the past few days it didnt go away at all till today.

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    now is the noise all the time or 4WD only and is the boots on the axles riped, hell what year is it lol

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    lol its a 98 as in my sig over here <-- and I did not see it being ripped when I looked last and its all the time. I dont use my 4wd.

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    Sounds like a bad hub bearing or possible a bad cv shaft.
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    yeah i was thinking hub bearing but i was not sure i wanted to see if any one else has had this issue or what not. Thanks for your help. Ill take a look at both of them when I get some time to be able to do it.

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