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Hi everyone, I just bought a 1999 Civic LX to drive around for awhile. I’ve done a lot of work to it including replacing all four struts and the upper control arms in the front. However, I’ve run into a clunk that’s has me stumped. Under light braking when you are coming to a stop, I get a couple of clunks from the driver’s side front wheel. It does not do it when I brake hard and come to a stop or at high speed. This seems to have just started happening after I had a wheel stud changed (had to take it to someone since I don’t have a press to remove the hub). I’ve lubricated the brake hardware but that has not seemed to change anything. The rotors appear alright but do have a score mark on the front as well as a spot that seems like the pads rested on for awhile. Additionally, the pads have some scratches that are horizontal and do not follow the rotation of the wheel. I am not sure what they are from. Attached is a video of the sound although it is a little quiet in the video it is still there. Clunking Video Everything seems tight so any help would be appreciated.
 

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BATSLOMAN GIVES NO FUCKS.
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jack the front end up and see if it has play

did you tighten the suspension under load, or while it was on jack stands?
 

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Are you sure the pads are aligned correctly? The clunking seems to be in sync with wheel speed.
 
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