Conditions when the car trouble occurs During braking when the brake pedal is depressed there is a clunk noise which can be heard coming from the front end.
Possible cause of clunk noise on the front end when braking
There is a loose component on the front suspension that produces the clunk noise.
Clunk noise from the front end when braking trouble diagnosis
Usually this is a case of a loose components coming from the front end, this kind of problem happens because when the car is moving and when the driver step on the brake pedal, all the weights of the car will be thrown forward into the front end. All of the weight that is thrown coming from the rear end will be absorbed by the front suspension including all of the components of the suspension.
Conditions when the car trouble occurs When the brake pedal was depressed, it goes further than it used to.
Possible cause of car trouble
There is not enough amount of brake fluid.
The brake lining is worn out.
Car problem troubleshooting
Since one of the possible causes of the car trouble is not enough brake fluid, the first thing to do is to check if there is enough amount of the brake fluid present in the system and to do this open the hood of your car then locate the reservoir for brake fluid, usually it is located on the top of brake master cylinder. Look closely if fluid level is below the upper lip of the reservoir cover, there is an indicator located on the reservoir as illustrated below.
Because the brake fluid is low when the brake pedal is depressed during brake application the pedal will travel farther than usual before it will stop. As the fluid is getting lower the farther the brake pedal will travel. Now, for instance the fluid level on the reservoir is enough or within th…