Worn sway bar bushings or sway bar end links may cause a rattling or clunking noise from the front suspension during low-speed driving. Though not always the root cause, front struts are often replaced for this condition.Google+
Car Problem Reports
Chrysler Concorde Worn Sway Bar Bushings/End Links May Cause Noise in Front Suspension
Chrysler Concorde Problem
Average Mileage: 148,506 mi (65,000 mi - 230,000 mi)
Visitor, 1999 Chrysler Concorde
makes a loud clunking noise when making a right turn
Visitor, 1999 Chrysler Concorde, 98,000 mi
Single occasional thumpish clunk from front end particularly on slow turns in parking lots, driveways, from stops in intersections, etc. Never during any kind of steady straight-line driving or gradual curves.
Visitor, 1999 Chrysler Concorde, 100,000 mi
Clunking noise when hit a bump had struts replaced cost me $300 to find out that wasn't the problem
Visitor, 2001 Chrysler Concorde, 224,000 mi
Front end makes clunking noise when riding over bumps in road.
Replaced Sub-Frame bushings and still have noise. Looking at
sway bar next than struts
I've had the clunking problem for quite a while, I think its the strut bearing.. no time to check now.. I'll also check the sway bar bushings.. thanks
while I am riding down a street I have this awful noise coming from my front end and I have had several estimates on replacing the entire struts system and it is not inexpensive by a long shot
Visitor, 1999 Chrysler Concorde, 133,000 mi
replace struts and sway bar
Visitor, 1997 Chrysler Concorde, 190,175 mi
Have had these replaced about 4 years ago and the problem is back again.
Visitor, 2004 Chrysler Concorde, 65,000 mi
clunking in front end occasionally became a dangerous situation when car became a little squirmy. Motor mounts and tie rod mounts replaced by dealer.
Upon noticing the noise in the front suspension, I went and bought the parts at Auto Zone and took it in to a repair shop and I had them put the parts in. The cost of parts at Auto Zone is much cheaper that what a repair shop would cost. Most repair shops will allow a customer to purchase their own parts. You would just pay for labor. It usually works out better for you and your budget.