"thunk" is coming from my front end when i hit big bumps.

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Asked by Feb 16, 2009 at 01:54 PM about the Chrysler 300

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

  im thinking bushings need replaced.  im at 107k miles now so it makes sense.  sound right to you?

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I had the same problem and i replaced them today and the sound is gone and much smoother ride as well. The dealer did it and it cost around $100 CAD

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got the sway bar bushings for $20 and did the work myself. no more noise

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At 32058 miles I had the same problem, had to replace the left outer tierod and left strut.

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in the 300 charger and magnum are all known for the tierods goin bad,jus got mine done at 123000

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tie rods are what the stealership says needs to be replaced. it does take away the "thunk" when its done but a simple $20 replacement of the sway bar bushings does the job. tie rods last much longer than most think.

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I have replaced both struts, inner and outer tire rods, sway bar link and the sway bar bushings. I still have the clunking when I hit bumps. Feels like the wheel is going to come off. What am I missing?

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