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Loud banging noise

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I have an 07 tundra and when I turn sharp either right or left I hear a really loud bang on the drivers side.
I have checked all of the front end parts and they are good with no play and are all tight. Does anybody have a clue what this might be? Also I get a feeling like the front wheel on that side bounces up and down at normal speed after it happens and the if I turn sharp and it bangs again it will not bounce anymore.
I am also looking for a passenger side wiper arm if anybody has one for sale.
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Is the battery secure in it's tray? It the shock tower intact?


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Bungee cord whatever you have in the bed.
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The battery is secure. Nothing in the bed. You don’t have to go fast to make it happen it usually happens while trying to park or turn around.
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I would have a tire or alignment shop go over the front end and inspect the suspension, steering and shocks.


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Check for loose lug nuts on your wheels. Then jack up each tire and check for loose bearings. Spin the tire and check for any noise or binding.
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Could also be a loose rack.


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Thanks guys for all of your input. I will jack it up and check things out then get back to you.
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