i hear a click toward the rear of the car whenever i accelerate or decelerate on 2006 Hyundai Elantra

this seems more distinct when i'm driving over 40 mph. what is the most likely problem? Thanks

by in Satellite Beach, FL on April 02, 2013
3 answers 4 comments
ANSWER by on April 02, 2013
The only thing that comes to mind is a loose or worn suspension part? We usually charge a small fee to pinpoint the cause of noises like these, but we could discount the testing charge or credit the testing charge toward a repair. Did you have a wheel alignment service performed recently? Give us a call and set up a time to swing by. We would be glad to check it our for you. We might be able to give you a better idea if I could hear your description over the phone.
COMMENT by on April 02, 2013
Yes, there was a wheel alignment but it has been several months, after buying two new tires. Thanks
COMMENT by on April 02, 2013
Does it make any noises when your going over bumps?
ANSWER by on April 02, 2013
Something rolling around in the trunk!
COMMENT by on April 02, 2013
I wish it were that, but it's definite a clicking noise in response to acceleration and deceleration.
ANSWER by on April 02, 2013
do visual inspect around rear tires(oil spatter on rims means blown seal). review when wheel bearings last repacked.
COMMENT by on April 02, 2013
Thanks. I will try that.