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  1. Parrcar5

    Clicking noise turning wheel l/r and backing up

    I recently rotated the tires and when tightening the 3rd lugnut there was a "pop" and the lug seated itself. Had not had the clicking since.
  2. Parrcar5

    Clunking from the L front CV joint with creaking sound when going up/down driveway

    Just last week, rotating the tires, a lug nut creaked when we tightened it. I've not had any sound since. No clunk. No creaking. I'm holding my breath but I think it's fixed.
  3. Parrcar5

    Clicking noise turning wheel l/r and backing up

    I'll definitely reach out to you if I get it resolved.
  4. Parrcar5

    Clicking noise turning wheel l/r and backing up

    I see. Any improvement in actual breaking with those calipers? I'm considering doing it too.
  5. Parrcar5

    Clicking noise turning wheel l/r and backing up

    Exact same as mine only I've got a ghost. M3LRP. No red calipers.
  6. Parrcar5

    Clicking noise turning wheel l/r and backing up

    No aftermarket suspension hardware. It's clunked from day one. I'm pretty sure it's either the CV joint or upper control arm. Getting an appointment has been difficult to say the least.
  7. Parrcar5

    Clicking noise turning wheel l/r and backing up

    Yes. Exactly that.
  8. Parrcar5

    Clicking noise turning wheel l/r and backing up

    Great. Thank you for letting me know.
  9. Parrcar5

    Clicking noise turning wheel l/r and backing up

    Did you ever get resolution on this? CVJ? Upper control arm? Mid-shaft? There are so many people talking about this I know there must be a repeatable solution.
  10. Parrcar5

    Clunking from the L front CV joint with creaking sound when going up/down driveway

    My M3 LRPerf (Stealth) currently with 9K miles on it was built in Freemont in June 2020. I took possession in mid July as original owner. When exiting my driveway the suspension has always has a little creek/groan. I've assumed that this was normal as the car was just coming out of the...

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