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Driveshaft/bearing etc

Evening guys.

When i accelerate i can feel the car pull slightly to the right, and when i break it can pull slightly to the left, i have a clicking noise (no noise on straight) when turning right. i have had a friend look at the inner and outer cv joints and he said they were fine, but their is slight play on the driveshaft. this is on a renault laguna 2, 04 plate 1.8. could this be a bearing problem, or driveshaft?

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Re: Driveshaft/bearing etc

Worn inner rubber bushes on the lower wishbone arms can give similar symptoms. Plus the rear sub-frame mounts can do the same if they are knackered.

Have you checked the track-rod ends, lowere ball jonts and the front suspension springs?
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