After seeing all the recent threads you must be totally confused. :badgrin:
Is it the inner or outer tie-rods? How many miles on the clock? I would check the swaybar bushings and rack bushing to start. Cobra a arms, shocks, struts, springs, etc.... What do you want to accomplish?
Here is an idea Greg. I remembered seeing a similar post elsewhere sometime or another and this one showed up tonight. Could be the A arm bushings if not tie-rods or ball joints. Follow this link and see the third post.
From what I've seen, most of the time, any clunk or knock noise is usually bushing related. Whether it be sway bar, end link, a-arm, control arm, or strut bearing (depending on the model) etc.. Tie rods and ball joints will usually demonstrate a sway, pull, or tight (kinda non-respmsive or non-returning feel in the steering wheel) long before a clunk. Just my 2 cents Greg.
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