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Old 06-24-2010, 06:10 PM   #11
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i have ABS. there is nothing touching the axles. o dont see the serrarions, i thought they were in the hub area. i have done NOTHING to the area the sound is coming from since i have owned the car.

i guess it's the axle. i did the tight circle turning both ways, no click.

it's purely engine movement related. but it's not a motor mount. it's gotta be an axle.
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Old 06-24-2010, 07:01 PM   #12
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i have ABS. there is nothing touching the axles. o dont see the serrarions, i thought they were in the hub area. i have done NOTHING to the area the sound is coming from since i have owned the car.

i guess it's the axle. i did the tight circle turning both ways, no click.

it's purely engine movement related. but it's not a motor mount. it's gotta be an axle.
i replaced my mounts still makes the noise you said yours was from the passenger side? mines from the drivers side interesting maybe it is the axle if you do change yours let me know if it fixed the problem.
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i know this is old, was the problem remedied?

My Svt seems to sound like this, but the axle appears fine, but it very well could be bad internally. I had it out when doing the clutch. I need to go back in anyway to replace a seal. But the boots are fine. I have no vibration, just clicking on engagement and disengagement
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