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Old 17 Jan 2008, 09:29 pm
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Default 2004 Accord front end clunk?

My wife was driving home tonight and pulled onto our street and heard a loud clunking noise in the front end of our 2004 Honda Accord 4cyl. It drives forward without any noise , but when you turn the wheel while moving it makes a terrible clunking, I looked underneath, the cv joints are not torn, and they dont feel loose to the touch. Did anyone have this problem? And do you think it should be covered under the extended warrenty. The car has 60k miles.
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