Could be CV joint
Originally Posted by zamuro
2004 1st generation manual transmission, 56k miles. I am getting a cliking noise (very subtle) when the car goes from a dead stand and accelerates foward or reverse, specially if in an uphill. It just does it when there is the initial effort to move the car, and if I accelerate slowy it doesn't do it. Once the car has momentum, it doesn't happen when shifting in any of the gears.The car doesn't make any noise when turning.There is no grinding noise coming from the transmission. The clutch feels good and shifting is smooth.
Anyone has run into this kind of problem?
It could very well be the CV join. Do you hear it more when you make left or right hand turns? The most common failure is the boot cracked or got torn and water/dirt got in causing the joint to fail. Could be some big bucks$$$ - but you need to check it.
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