Symptoms of a Bad Strut Mount?

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Some of the most common symptoms of a bad strut mount might include clunking or grinding noises that come from the front of the vehicle. Other symptoms include knocking sounds that are most common as the vehicle passes over bumps or speed bumps in the road. Steering issues such as sloppy steering or changes in the position of the steering wheel when continuing in a straight line are also symptoms of bad strut mounts in some vehicles.
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