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I have a 2005 A4 Pontiac gto with 140,000 miles on it, whenever I reverse and turn the wheel there is a loud pop that comes from the front end. I'm pretty sure these are my control bushings cause they are worn bad, however just recently today I've noticed that whenever I accelerate moderately then let off the accelerator, there is a single click that comes from either the front end or somewhere along the passenger side. Could the bushings cause this as well?
Any advice would be helpful, so far the only major work I've had to do was replace the back axels and shocks, and that was over a year ago. Also replaced the motor mounts about 6 months ago.
 

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sounds like tie rods to me... i'd check all your rubber boots in your steering components and go from there... make sure nothing is leaking or cracked... bushings would be a good thing to think about with that many miles also...
 
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