We are a free Toyota Tundra Truck Forum loaded with Do-It-Yourself Info, Off Road Modifications, Performance Modifications, OEM & Aftermarket Product Info, and General Chat. Shocks, springs, sway bars, coliovers, bushings, brakes, wheels, tires - This is the place to discuss G-Series suspension modifications!. From now on I am parking on the street. Then it will not clunk again until I go forward and hit the brakes. It only happens above some speed(5-10) and if my feet or off the brake. The first step to determining what is causing the sound is to isolate where the sound is coming from. but when i gently press it there is no clunk. Good morning, sir. I have a clunking noise from my toyota driver front side. clunking noise during breaking at dealership took my 07 civic sedan in for the clunk/pop when depressing the brake pedal today. I've inspected the brakes, by just taking. My car has 5. It is a very sharp, heavy pop/clunk, clearly from the rear of the car. I set my parking brake every time I park. Visit the LEAF Forum is a clunking sound which occurs just once when changing directions (forward to reverse and reverse to forward). If the clunk happens when braking from slow speeds, I would consider having a friend stand nearby while you brake the vehicle in a parking lot. It is not serious, only annoying. The sound is simply the splines coming unstuck. I had both front and rear brake job done last weekend and I now have knocking sound when braking. One brake shoe had escaped from its retaining clip and was in a weird angle against the inside of the rotor/drum. CV boots OK and no clicking while turning. Wondering if the calipers are sticking or something and holding the brakes on. The typical cause is the brake pads having a bit of play in the guide tabs and this allows the pads to shift rearward just a bit when braking in reverse, and then when going forward moves the pads forward in the carrier. I did have an issue driving at around 40 MPH and all of a sudden I had no power. The noise sounds like if the front strut tower attachment nut were loose a few turns, and is most noticeable when passing over rippled tarmac at moderate speed, any faster and the noise is drowned out by the orchestra of rattles from inside the passenger cabin, wow. My experience with it was while moving probably at a speed it did not like while approaching the object behind me, and slammed on the brakes. I did have my complete braking system redone this spring. If that doesn't work, have someone hold the rear brake and do the same. Like when I go to work in the morning its so loud. Call it a clunk or a crunch or really loud pop. The first thing we would recommend checking is your brake booster. The clunks would come and go, sometimes pulling up on the parking brake lever while moving would cause a loud clunk and sort of reset it. They acknowledge the issue that's about it. Also sometimes feels like it dog tracks at times. There are a number of things that can cause clunking around the rear end while you are driving, but one of the most common is a worn ball socket in the one of the sway bar links that attaches to the outer hub on each side of the rear end. In my previous Honda's there was a sound which the transmission or brake mechanism made (a fairly loud metallic clunk sound) if you shifted into D and drove off too quickly after reversing (in R) which you would if you were in a hurry or there was a car coming up behind. com : Car complaints, car problems and defect information. The engine was running fine and the brakes worked properly. Since then I hear/feel a clunking when I brake, even if I brake gently. (No Trucks) - strange sound when braking - I have a 98 Honda Civic with over 180k miles on it. The dealership is saying it is something called a "Brake Shift" my breaks readjusting when the wheel is turned far in one direction. The first time I brake after starting my car, I get this very loud "clunk" sound which is embarrassing. But the sound definitely comes from the front end, which has disc brakes. If I come to a nice smooth stop no sound but if I m slowing down then press a little harder right as I m about to stop I can hear a clunk as the car rocks forward then back again. I have no noticeable transmission slipping. So around 600 miles, I started to notice a clunk/thud coming from the rear of the truck while braking. bike has lowered some but not much. Clunk from motor when going slowing down and accelerating + whining noise at 65+mph Submitted by ElectricZo on September 19, 2013 I have been noticing a 'clunk' feeling/noise when transitioning between slowing down and speeding up. Initial findings suggest filling the rear mount of the diff with a polyurethane caulk. when i brake hard i get a big clunk sound which is pretty loud. I dropped it off at dealer tonight. We heard a loud clunk. Adjusting or replacing calipers is advisable if this is the case. It's become a habit. Clunk from motor when going slowing down and accelerating + whining noise at 65+mph Submitted by ElectricZo on September 19, 2013 I have been noticing a 'clunk' feeling/noise when transitioning between slowing down and speeding up. Q: When I apply the brakes fully in my truck I hear a loud clunk on the right side. It only happens after long periods of being stationary (i. They come from the front suspension. For the most part, it runs very smooth. Loose strut housing nut If you changed your shocks, you may have a loose strut nut. but when i gently press it there is no clunk. Sometimes as soon as I release the brake, no gas, I hear another clunk. A car making a clunking noise could have one or more of a number of problems, including problems with the transmission, exhaust system or wheel bearings. Ie, lightly brake it makes a small clunk, then as more pressure is applied it will make the noise again. !!!SOLVED!!! Loud clunk when stopping hard and accelerating after the clunk Recently at about 84K miles my 2004 2nd Gen Prius has started exhibiting a "clunk" sound coming from what sounds and feels like is the left side of the car. Sometimes, it does when shift 1 to 2nd gear with no THUMP or CLUNK while braking to stop. Steering wheel noise could be coming from a lot of different places. Keep in mind that car sounds are difficult to figure out sometimes, and car sounds and noises vary with temperature, road conditions, incline and decline, vehicle speeds, etc. If your brake pads are worn out from one side and you apply brake they get off balance and cause wobbling. It feels like it is loose or something is moving or shifting. Then accelerate again to about 2 to 3 mph. It seems to clunk when im on the brakes at slow speed over bumps and just releasing the brake from a stop there is a clunk from the driver side wheel. For the most part, it runs very smooth. Good morning, sir. At first it was just a slight click but now has grown to a loud clunk. And of course when my I want my mechanic friend to hear the sound, it doesn't do it. I have had several FL-70's , and now have a 2004 M2. I can't imagine it needs another adjustment within 100 miles. I have been experiencing a clunking/popping noise in the front (passenger side) lately. Oi! Someone. My 2010 Taurus SEL (purchased Dec 2009) also has developed a busy racket which seems to come from the RH side front suspension. It sounds like a brake line snapping or other dire condition. Now I am thinking it's something electrical. If it's a minor clunk it's normal. I am experiencing a loud rear end clunk on my 2017 Escape 2. It seems that the parking system will slam on the brakes while backing up if you get too close to an object. When you let off the brakes, the torque drops and the rear simultaneously drops. On all of these trucks it seems that if you have to get on the brakes a little harder than usaul stopping you hear a clunk in the driver side front wheel and truck pulls hard to driver side. when I disassembled them they seem stuck in the caliper bracket. multiple times and seeing. Another reason responsible for the grinding noise when braking is broken shims. These reason range from a bad cv joint to loose brake calipers. I just got all of my brakes fixed and everything rodors and all. We just bought our Suburban today. Freelander 1 Horrid clunking noise from front. Ten Sounds That Tell You When Your Car Is Broken make your car sound worse and possibly put you and your passengers at higher risk for carbon monoxide poisoning. It does not appear to be doing so, but who knows. To do this, lift the hood and turn the round part of the engine in both directions. If your brakes are in bad shape, they typically make three different noises that will let you know something's wrong. I was driving my 2002 Ford Escape at 25 mph on a suburban side street. From my understanding everyone is saying its normal, but why should it be. At takeoff, especially if turning,there is a loud clunk from rear end that sounds like it's falling apart. brake clunk. Mine were all shot at 40k, and most of my miles are HWY. I have been experiencing a clunking/popping noise in the front (passenger side) lately. The clunking starts as I accelrate and dies away after 20-25. The sound gets slower as the car slows, and when very slow sounds more like a grind than a thump. One brake shoe had escaped from its retaining clip and was in a weird angle against the inside of the rotor/drum. When I put my jeep into reverse and go backwards it makes a clunking noisenot in the initial moment when it goes into reverse but after it is movingit isn't real loud but you can feel it in the floor it sounds like someone hitting the floor lightly with a hammerit stumps mei don't see what it could be caused from. The popping sound is, I believe, caused by the parking brake cable moving out of its normal track (correct me if I'm wrong on this) when the brake is actuated. I make a habit of simply allowing room to just lift my foot off the brake pedal enough to pull the receiver and then apply the brakes until ready to proceed. So around 600 miles, I started to notice a clunk/thud coming from the rear of the truck while braking. wierd clunking noise from under the car when moving right after i turn on the engine and start the car moving in reverse or drive, the car make a slight (or sometimes loud) clunking noise that seems to be coming from either the brakes or the transmission. It happens mainly when the brakes are applied and you come to a full stop and then take off, I have shook the hell out of the front end other than the drive shaft having very little play nothing is loose. After any sharp braking or sometimes sharp turning, the car will have a loud clunk noise. Also, not sure if it's related but sometimes when cutting the wheel hard I'll get a clunking noise from the front end but it sounds a bit different, almost like a ticking clunk if that makes sense. I thought perhaps it could be the drums that were warped, but the popping/clunking noise is way loud and rough to only be a warping on the drum(s) So, I am rooting for the wheel cylinder. When we pull up to a stop sign or stop at a red light then accelerate when it is time to drive, the vehicle makes a sort of clunking noise. I have no noticeable transmission slipping. I'm having a problem with my 2014 Odyssey, when I brake and turn to the right (on a downhill) I hear a loud clunking noise on the drivers side front wheel. Ever since I bought the explorer about a year ago there has been a clunking noise in the front end when going over large bumps. The helper maybe able to see where the movement/noise is coming from. I recommend having the sway bar links and bushings checked for wear, if they are ok, check for any other loose or worn suspension parts. Could it be a bad caliper or something else? Thanks in advance for you advice. Everytime I pull up on my bars hard to do a wheelie or jump, I hear a loud metal-on-metal clunk sound. I had a 1993 Land Cruiser and it made the same clunk sound but after a good greasing the noise would disappear. The trick is to check the cheapest parts first. I get a rhythmic thumping sound from my right front wheel when braking. Dealer says it is just ABS brakes. So, your car has a clunking noise in or around the left front wheel, when the car is going straight? I'd suggest: * you make sure the lug nuts are all tight * make sure all the under panels are secure * take the wheel off and inspect the brakes (for a lose caliper, or a lose brake pad) * check the wheel hub to make sure it's snug (adjusted. Hi Folks, I’ve noticed an intermittent clunk/thud sound coming from the rear of the vehicle when slowly reversing out of and down my driveway in the morning. any idea what this could be and/or how to fix it? thanks. About 2 months ago, it started making a loud, and annoying clunking sound when I brake and accelerate. However, we have experienced similar issues on various chassis. Any ideas? I'm kind of at a loss. It makes the clunk when I'm backing up and hit the brakes. When leaving I change from park to reverse (loud clunking sound) and then take off the emergency brake. You could duplicate the clunk by pushing and pulling on the top of the steering wheel. In addition to this (with or without the warning light) When braking, usually slow braking, normally coming to a stop, i get this clunking/grinding noise and feeling coming from the brake pedal, and almost a whirr (kind of like a cd ejecting) coming from the glove box. The clunk could be worn sway bar end links, or the brake caliper rattling if it is higher pitched. Now with added sound! Now with added sound! Discussion in ' Land Rover Freelander ' started by flanagaj , Mar 8, 2016. Ok, so the whole driveshaft/brake area of this car is starting to drive me nuts: Anyways, I now have a single clunk under light/medium braking, seemingly only a low speeds? Any idea what this could be? Just seems to happen when coming to a stop in traffic or and such like. Mine were all shot at 40k, and most of my miles are HWY. But now there's what sounds like something dragging, almost like it's rubbing on the brake drum or something. Dealer re-torqued the under body difusser plate, re-torqued the under the hood "sway bars". It would appear one has to drive a ways before trying to. Well, a whole new problem has surfaced that is much more alarming--every so often when I brake there is a loud "clunk" that comes form the underside of the car. Not when the brake pedal is pressed but when the car finally come to a stop. We just bought our Suburban today. When I come to a stop, everything seems normal. Also sometimes feels like it dog tracks at times. There was a LOUD noise from the left front. I get a rhythmic thumping sound from my right front wheel when braking. Hi guys, Not sure if anyone can help or has experienced this but yesterday for the first time I noticed my car had a singular clunk noise when I was braking at low speed and its coming (or sounds like its coming from the front passenger side). But considering it takes about 10 minutes to pull the driveshaft and lube the slip yoke, it's worth the effort to see if it has any effect. Hello I have a 96 Honda Accord Auto 2. 6 4 cylinder. When I apply the brakes hard it happens immediately and every time. 5EB, 4x4, electronic locking diff, about 1600km only. If that doesn't work, have someone hold the rear brake and do the same. The only play that I've found is in the right front wheel bearing. When braking suddenly, there's a clunk as well. (No Trucks) - strange sound when braking - I have a 98 Honda Civic with over 180k miles on it. It only happens after long periods of being stationary (i. asked by on June 27, 2017 When i brake hard or hit a pot hole there's a loud clunking noise coming from the driver side front wheel, absolutely no noise/clunk from the passenger side. it was very frustrating because I first starting hearing a slight noise when my truck warranty was just about to expire at 35,500 miles. I had a 1993 Land Cruiser and it made the same clunk sound but after a good greasing the noise would disappear. Don't know it its really gotten louder or my paranoia about it makes it sound loud! I have to work the next two days in the next town over, so I will be super careful. more like when someone brakes infront of me, then i brake suddenly and a big clunk sound happens. So around 600 miles, I started to notice a clunk/thud coming from the rear of the truck while braking. Another reason responsible for the grinding noise when braking is broken shims. Hello Feels & hear Loud THUMP or CLUNK(?) while braking to stop from the front end or under Trans(?)however not all the times. It is a single clunk. I have a 2002 Chevy Tahoe LT with the 5. We are a free Toyota Tundra Truck Forum loaded with Do-It-Yourself Info, Off Road Modifications, Performance Modifications, OEM & Aftermarket Product Info, and General Chat. Its now so loud, when I depress brake pedal, you hear a clunk, like something taking up slake. About 2 months ago, it started making a loud, and annoying clunking sound when I brake and accelerate. That one shouldn't clunk but the first time I did mine I didn't tighten it all the way down and steering was a bit loose. Thank you, guys. After reassembly, I put a heavy weight in the rear and front cases and it cleared up the "clunk". I guess that the driveshaft was the problem and greasing it solved the clunk problem. hey everyone I'm new here I have problems with my 2009 Honda Accord coupe 2. I had the brake job done a week agoI think the sound crept up on me and now it sounds louder everytime I drive it. As I was backing out of the garage, I heard a kind of loud "clunk" sound like something was braking free. If that doesn't work, have someone hold the rear brake and do the same. There is just one other clunk and I don't really know what it is. Hey guys, Pretty much every morning when I back out of the garage/driveway, when i apply pressure to the brakes I hear a clunk sound coming from the brake area. The noise may sound like a loose spare tire or suspension component. If your brakes are in bad shape, they typically make three different noises that will let you know something's wrong. Hi guys, I hope you're all well! I've been noticing this rattling sound when going over bumps. The clunk occurs after something has reset from riding for a while, and when I hit the front brake there's a clunk. i think its coming from the passenger side. When it is rolling slow and you hit the brakes quick it is most noticeable. BUT my car still clunks when I brake!!!! Now the garage is saying the clunking noise is due to a faulty abs sensor which is also why the abs icon is lighting up. I thought the problem was solved when the motor mount was replaced. At first I thought it was just the pads scooting back and forth in the calipers when I pumped the brakes, but I noticed it when I go over the little rise in the slab when I go from the driveway into the garage. Early last fall I started getting a clunk when I would accelerate hard or brake really hard. Hello Feels & hear Loud THUMP or CLUNK(?) while braking to stop from the front end or under Trans(?)however not all the times. The sound is a slight but can still notice. If it's a minor clunk it's normal. the bolts on my truck fell out locking up my passanger tire. When I take off it also acts as a dampner and the clunk sound is almost eliminated. Since day 1 the front end has made a clunk sound kind of like a real old car, that, when you go. Shocks, springs, sway bars, coliovers, bushings, brakes, wheels, tires - This is the place to discuss G-Series suspension modifications!. About 2 months ago, it started making a loud, and annoying clunking sound when I brake and accelerate. One of the more common issues that pops up with the B8 A4 is a loud and rather obnoxious clunking noise when applying the brakes in reverse gear. I will setup an appointment with the dealership! Hopefully, they can fix this series issue. Hello, Im new on here and im having a hard time excepting the loud cluck noise on my 2019 ryker 900. The first time I brake after starting my car, I get this very loud "clunk" sound which is embarrassing. The Infamous Clunk. i go in reverse, drive a bit, and when i apply the brakes, i hear a fairly loud clunk from the front, it occurs ONCE when the brakes are applied, and that's it. com : Car complaints, car problems and defect information. I have a clunking noise from my toyota driver front side. Wondering if the calipers are sticking or something and holding the brakes on. If that doesn't work, have someone hold the rear brake and do the same. The sound is a slight but can still notice. Clunk/pop Noise From Front End At Low Speed It was a one time popping sound that I never heard prior to installing the leveling kit. It's not the rhino grunt from the brakes. This may cause a dangerous situation so we would recommend having the checked out right away. Not from way down below, but seems to come from somewhere near the upper fairing area or directly beneath handlebars. If it's a jarring clunk then you have an issue. It isn't a loud noise just doesn't sound right to me. I had both front and rear brake job done last weekend and I now have knocking sound when braking. It is a single clunk. You cannot tell from inspection, and have to remove the endlink from the vehicle to see the wear on the mounting holes which get enlarged. The loud clunk/click is really annoying, and add the hiss generated from the "upgraded" Harmon Kardon system and it has really taken away from the experience of owning and driving a new car. So around 600 miles, I started to notice a clunk/thud coming from the rear of the truck while braking. Now I get a clunking noise that you can feel during braking. Coming back to Tampa the other day, we had to brake a little harder than just a normal traffic stop. clunking noise when using brake Hi guys; just got back from a weekend riding in the backcountry and as the title suggests, when applying the brake hard, I get a loud clunking/banging noise coming from my 16 assault with 2. It is not as noticeable when braking softly or at a higher speed or when going in reverse. The wife's 2000 LeSabre had the front pads and rotors turned about a year ago. Not from way down below, but seems to come from somewhere near the upper fairing area or directly beneath handlebars. rattling noises are diagnosed at HVAC NOISE-4 POP, RATTLE, ROAR, RUMBLE - loud start, popping, rattling, roaring, rumbling, running water sounds. A week ago, i needed the 4wd for heavy snow. I can feel the vibration through the brake pedal. if you did replace them make. " However, they re-checked everything but the sound is still there and is unusually loud but the mechanics insist it's normal. The source may be a loose rocker arm or carbon buildup inside the engine, but if it’s a loose bearing or a faulty piston, it can destroy the engine. Initially I thought a front sway bar end link had broken all at once. Bad Brake Disc: Inspect your brake discs. The clunk sounds as though its coming from right under the driver's seat. The first time the mechanic said he only heard a normal brake pad slap and there is nothing wrong with that. Clunk/pop Noise From Front End At Low Speed It was a one time popping sound that I never heard prior to installing the leveling kit. Will call the auto shop ASAP Monday am. Suspension noise is an indication that something is wrong with your Audi Q5. With the front wheel jacked up and on stands, spin the wheel and get someone to apply the brakes to listen for the clunk. ) Access to these thrust washers is via the rear inspection cover. Brake fluid is hygroscopic, meaning that it attracts/absorbs water over time. Since day 1 the front end has made a clunk sound kind of like a real old car, that, when you go. I took it to one Dodge dealership to see about having it fixed and I described the noise to them as hearing it in the rear of the car. and he told me 800 in parts, and 800 for labour, he said, both upper ball joints and one tie rod. Not when the brake pedal is pressed but when the car finally come to a stop. If I am on the brakes harder, it doesn't happen or it stops. Thats about all the help that i can be Reply. The guy that did the brake job said the pads were loose so when I braked they'll move and make that clicking noise. Made a groaning sound when braking in warm weather- thought a bushing had worn out somewhere. Repeat this several times. 8L engine auto Has anyone had a problem with a "clunk" upon releasing brake pedal if car is moving. The sound is a slight but can still notice. clunk when taking foot off brake, vectra c brake clonks when i brake, very loud clunk when braking vectra c , clunk when set off and brake, vectra c breaks clunking , vectra c clunk when braking hard, clunking when braking from back of vectra, clunking noise when braking hard vauxhall astra, vectra braking noise when accelerate off and break, c. front end clunk when braking. The frequency of the click depended on the speed of the car. Shop claiming transmission "clunk" is the differential Discussion in ' Transmission & Drive train ' started by Matticus , Jan 24, 2019. When I come to a stop, everything seems normal. I’ve had this problem before, and had my wheel bearings replaced – fixed the problem, but after about a year the sound. But not always. I doesn't do it all the time. I just press the brakes harder, tends to work best. 2007 to 2011 Tundra Rear Drive Shaft Clunk Noise TSB Welcome to Tundra Geeks. The clunking starts as I accelrate and dies away after 20-25. A week ago, i needed the 4wd for heavy snow. Worn suspension parts can damage each other if not replaced soon, and the noises as well as handling are only going to get worse. Clunk, heard when driving on. No sound when accelerating just after hard braking. or tick noise from the pads as they load-up and downm but not a loud thunk/clunk. Brakes work great now and no more clunking noise. I can go forward and back and make the noise happen over and over. Home Forums > Technical > Wheels, Tyres, Brakes & Suspension > Clunking noise front passager wheel also movement when rocking front wheels? Discussion in ' Wheels, Tyres, Brakes & Suspension ' started by Paragon1970 , Feb 19, 2016. If I am on the brakes harder, it doesn't happen or it stops. I suspect it is my guide pins/slide pins. New discs and new SS brake lines, and the brake calipers were refurbished. Well, a whole new problem has surfaced that is much more alarming--every so often when I brake there is a loud "clunk" that comes form the underside of the car. Here is what happens: When you drive the car in the morning (after parking), clicking or clunking noise comes (from front I think; could be rear too. Clunking noise coming from brake pads. This rear differential noise is described as a heavy clicking type of sound which occurs every eight feet or so. I have already changed the brake pads, cyclinder and the brake shoe and i even changed my absorbers but it still happens. Broken motor and transmission mounts also make a loud clunking noise when the brakes are in use just before or after the vehicle stops its forward motion. This noise is can be duplicate when the van engine is turn off and park with foot brake is on. The harder I brake the louder the clunk. The first time I brake after starting my car, I get this very loud "clunk" sound which is embarrassing. I suspect it is my guide pins/slide pins. It does not appear to be doing so, but who knows. These noises can come and go, but are mostly evident over bumps. It has recently started to make a single knock or clunk sound when I accelerate and brake. My experience with it was while moving probably at a speed it did not like while approaching the object behind me, and slammed on the brakes. I dropped it off at dealer tonight. I hear the clunk when near coming to a stop just after RPM drops around below 1000 and it appears to downshift as the RPM jumps back up a few hundred. If a pad or pads don't sit right or bind due to the paint some reliners use , it interferes with smooth slide action needed for efficient and quiet action needed. Brake fluid is hygroscopic, meaning that it attracts/absorbs water over time. It doesnt happen if i have braked and not accelerated, seems like something moving backwards and forwards on accelerating and braking. It occurs intermittently and only when moving forward and turning left or right. It only happens above some speed(5-10) and if my feet or off the brake. Loud Popping/Clunking noise when Steering was created by 380gb I have a 1997 Chevy cavalier. Nothin is different to my 289, everythings stock. I think it sounds similar to a hammer hitting the housing very hard. I hve a 07 660 and I'm getting a clunking sound coming from the back when braking. Can't be sure) when you hit the brakes. The first time the mechanic said he only heard a normal brake pad slap and there is nothing wrong with that. I have had that noise for the life of the vehicle and just figured it was normal. I guess that the driveshaft was the problem and greasing it solved the clunk problem. Here are the 2 rear diff mounts at hand: My next step was to correct the problem properly. It usually happens after I back up from my garage, shift into drive and begin to move. Can some one pin point what my issue is?? I've been searching online and through the forums and can't really figure out what it is when ever I shift into. My 2006 V6 base did it for 9yrs, never got worse, always the same backing out of the drive first thing every day, never heard it any other time, I suspect if was rust on the rotors from sitting overnight, more friction on the pads causing them to move, if I didn't hit the brakes when backing up slowly and just let it coast to a stop, then shifting to drive it never made a sound, so I don't. Dealer says it is just ABS brakes. Clunk/pop Noise From Front End At Low Speed It was a one time popping sound that I never heard prior to installing the leveling kit. Fixing Suspension Clunks And Rattles. My 2010 Taurus SEL (purchased Dec 2009) also has developed a busy racket which seems to come from the RH side front suspension. The clunk sounds as though its coming from right under the driver's seat. One common trigger for major auto repairs is transmission problems. After all the front end work I did a couple of weeks ago, now I am getting a loud knocking noise from the right front just going down the road. Home NICOclub Forums Infiniti Car Forums G35 Forum, G37 Forum, G25 Forum, Q40 Forum G35 and G37 Suspension, Brakes, Wheels and Tires LOUD "CLUNK" NOISE WHEN BRAKING. We heard a loud clunk. e46 330d - clunking when turning slowly and braking e46 330d - clunking when turning slowly and braking. They will often make a single 'clunk' when first applied. This comes up often on this vehicle. It has recently started to make a single knock or clunk sound when I accelerate and brake. In addition to this (with or without the warning light) When braking, usually slow braking, normally coming to a stop, i get this clunking/grinding noise and feeling coming from the brake pedal, and almost a whirr (kind of like a cd ejecting) coming from the glove box. The guy that did the brake job said the pads were loose so when I braked they'll move and make that clicking noise. One common cause of this is the rubber block at the top of the suspension tower breaking up. I get a rhythmic thumping sound from my right front wheel when braking. Hello all! New Highlander owner here and need some help. It sounds like a brake line snapping or other dire condition. then release the brakes. The loud clunk/click is really annoying, and add the hiss generated from the "upgraded" Harmon Kardon system and it has really taken away from the experience of owning and driving a new car. This is a discussion on Front End Clunk Sound within the Dodge Dart Mechanical Problems forums, part of the Dodge Dart Forum - Pit Row category; Tired of it. Clunk sound coming from passenger side wheel when braking? help please So I just put new wheels on the pony and when I drove her after I had finished I noticed the wheel was making this clunking sound and then as i drove a little longer it began to vibrate as well causing my steering wheel to shake a bit. Actually feels like someone bumped into me when sitting still. if I brake when reversing I get a very loud clunk noise from the front end, the breaks are fairly shaky anyway but no such noises when breaking in any of the forward gears. Like Smitty says, brakes will do it also. Also sometimes feels like it dog tracks at times. A week ago, i needed the 4wd for heavy snow. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Visit the LEAF Forum is a clunking sound which occurs just once when changing directions (forward to reverse and reverse to forward).