After replacing a lot of suspension parts over the last few years, with some improvement noticed with some of these replacements (notably the engine and transmission mount), I have a feeling that the remaining clunking noise I have left is caused by this: ================ P R O B L E M : S O L U T IO N : 1986–2001 Ford, Mercury, Lincoln, Chrysler, Dodge, Sable • Noise and handling problems can be the result of excessive corrosion in the front member. • Corrosion causes deterioration of the stamped metal insert at the front cross member allowing the strut rod and bushing to move within the frame. • Movement at the mounting point is exaggerated or multiplied at the wheel because of the distance. This can allow substantial changes in caster and toe. http://fme-cat.com/LiveDocs/MOOG_PS_Bulletin_25523.pdf ==================== Anyone here have any experience with this moog part? Or in general has putzed around with the strut-rod bushings / washers / nut in order to correct a suspension clunk?