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2008 Chevy Impala PPV troubleshooting

Old June 10th, 2019, 9:23 PM
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Hey guys i need some help in troubleshooting some problems with my impala. Today i got my impala back from the shop which replaced the lower engine mount and the transmission mount as well. I replaced those because the car made a clunking noise in the front end. The clunking seemed to have stopped but i drove it again today and it started to make it again. The clunking is not constant, but it comes and goes. It also makes the noise when i turn hard. Then i started to hear a grinding and clunking noise from the back end. Any idea as to what it could be? Recently i had the rotors and brakes replaced on all four corners, as well as the front outer tie rod ends. replaced the tie rod ends with moog, as i heard those are really good. Any help is appreciated, i am just trying to get my car fixed.
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Does it only make the clunk when you are accelerating?
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Old June 11th, 2019, 6:01 PM
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It does not matter if i accelerate or not, it still makes it. But it comes and goes away. Steering and braking feel fine though.
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front end: check the control arm bushings, sway bar links
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Thank you i will do. As for the rear you think it might be a bad bearing?
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