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So yea it's NOT the sway bar links lol. O well. Any ideas? Thinking its the strut mounts. Probably gonna do the mounts and the struts. How's that sound? Thanks fellas
 

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I was recently experiencing a front end clunk also and I replaced my end links, no luck. Thought it were the strut mounts but nope. So I decided to take my sway bar off and drive it and clunk was gone. I replaced my front sway bar mount bushings. Easy, cheap fix. Mines an 07 gt with 75k
 

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I was recently experiencing a front end clunk also and I replaced my end links, no luck. Thought it were the strut mounts but nope. So I decided to take my sway bar off and drive it and clunk was gone. I replaced my front sway bar mount bushings. Easy, cheap fix. Mines an 07 gt with 75k
Hmmmmmm it seems like its coming just out of the right. Ill take the sway bar off and see what happens. I was gonna do that originally but got impatient which cost me $70 lol. Thanks for the info
 

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S197stanGT said:
I was recently experiencing a front end clunk also and I replaced my end links, no luck. Thought it were the strut mounts but nope. So I decided to take my sway bar off and drive it and clunk was gone. I replaced my front sway bar mount bushings. Easy, cheap fix. Mines an 07 gt with 75k
I've been watching this thread, my jacked up truck has been making the same noise. Your answer makes the most sense to me, I never had the issue til I put 37" tires on it.

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It makes a really loud poping noise, but drives perfect.
 

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My only problem with that theory for my car is that I can definitely isolate the noise the the front right. Pretty sure it's a strut or the mount. Ill find out this week.
 

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If you're doing your own work I would first check the end links or strut mount bushings. It's easy and quick. Just take your sway bar off. Then of its not that proceed with the strut mounts I guess.. How many miles does it have?
 

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If you're doing your own work I would first check the end links or strut mount bushings. It's easy and quick. Just take your sway bar off. Then of its not that proceed with the strut mounts I guess.. How many miles does it have?
81k. Already did the end links. On to the strut mounts.
 

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Check the bolts where the k member mounts to the frame. All mine were loose and the car only has 15,000 miles. Fixed my problem. Good luck!
 
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