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Hey guys I know there have been a few posts about this but my car seems to be showing a little bit different of an issue.
Faint low speeds clunking from front drivers side, also while braking. It sounds like I have a warped rotor or somthing is bent all rotors have been replaced and still has the same issue.
70xxx miles

Replaced rotors pads x4 "exhibiting the same issue before brakes changed and after"

New tires x4 all balanced " also had an alignment done"

Any help would be much appreciated.
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Nick
 

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I have about the same mileage on my '13, but instead of a clunking sound I had a bad oscillating howling drone and vibrations that increased with speed. Turns out both my front wheel hub assembly bearings were shot. Just got my car back after having them replaced under my extended warranty and it's like I got a brand new car! Not saying you have the same issue, but if your clunking varies with speed then it is something in your front driveline i.e. a bent half shaft, bad bearing, or bushing. Good luck!
 
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