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Front Suspension Clunking under Driver-side floor

(1994 Mazda Protege)
in Eagle, WI on March 22, 2010
At certian points of a turn there is a distictive clunk, it sounds-like it under the drivers side floor. At first, I thought it was the CV joints, but I listened more carefully. It was like a stick hitting the floor. I looked under the car and noticed a a connection from the suspension to the car body's floor. Could it be some sort of bushing located ther?
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on March 22, 2010
Could be a worn sway bar assy or a suspension bushing has worn out and needs replacement

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