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Old 10-27-2012, 03:03 AM   #1
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Front Ball Joint recall/tsb....

My car has had a clunking noise in the front end since new, this is very apparent when turning right while driving over brick driveways and roads. The clunk could never be diagnosed by my dealer though, until now.

My service writer informed me that Acura is working on a replacement ball joint that is going to be coming out under either recall or a TSB. I would assume recall since a Ball Joint failure is a lawsuit waiting to happen.

Does anyone have any further info on this?
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There's already a thread addressing this issue. Head on over to the thread title "had to take my 2012 tsx to the dealer”
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