Whenever I go around a turn to the left (meaning load is on the right side of my car on the suspension) and I hit a bump, I can hear a clunking noise. Sounds almost like my shock a not tightly bolted in and it is moving up and down. I just replace my shocks because I lowered the car, so I don't THINK this could be the problem (made sure that those nuts were good and tight).
Anybody have any suggestions as to what has happened? Remember, it only happens when I turn to the left.
I don't know. it gets frustrating as hell though cuz verts already have so many creeks and squeeks to begin with. I bet it's a simular problem where having though. My noise is coming from the same place as yours
Could be one of two things. The first I can think of is the pinion snubber. Did you install a smaller one when you lowered your car?? Turning left might give it just the right (or wrong in this case) geometry.
The second thing I can thing of is the bushings in the lower/upper control arms. I had maximum motorsports lower control arms installed (bought a used set) and one day after launching real hard I complete shattered one of the Poly bushings. From then on when I made a hard turn or launched hard I would hear a clunk. Had to replace the bushings.
The suspension on my car is all stock. And I also here that slight clucking sound when turning left at a SLOW speed like 3 mph's not even.
I guess its normal......Overall I think ford should have taken more time while developing the 99-current mustangs.....