just had ball joints replaced on my 2006 Chrysler 300 and now have clicking noise with turn wheel all the way right or left, also squeaking noises,,,

Asked by Dec 23, 2011 at 07:57 PM about the Chrysler Cirrus

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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STOP! DO NOT DRIVE THE CAR AT THIS TIME!!!! That Sounds Very BAD! You Need To Check Or Have Someone Other Than Who Did The Work The First Time Check Every Thing That Was Touched!!! Klicking, Are The Lug Nuts Tight? Are The Spindels Seated All The Way? Is The Spring In Corectly? Is The Shaft On The NEW Ball Joint The Corect Size? Is It In All The Way? Is The Nut On? Are The Brake Brakets Bolted All The Way? Are The Calapers Not Attached? Hitting Rim? This Car Sounds Very Very UNSAFE To Drive!!!!!!! Save Your Life Or The Life Of Someone You Could Crash Into And Have This Car Checked!!

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Also if its front wheel drive worn CV joints will "click"when making tight turns.

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