Could alignment work bring in clunking noise?
Done my control arm and tie rod end replacement yesterday.
after that I immediately drove to a alignment shop and done the alignment.
while I was driving to there, there's no clunking IIRC
Today when I drove the car I found there's clunking in the front when have small bumps on the road.
my question is, is it because some loose nuts/bolts (maybe because when I tighten them, the car is not loaded)
or it might be caused by the guy doing the alignment?
(I have a camber plate, and he adjust it by loosen the three bolts holding the strut mount to the chasis, and smack the top )
Where could I check?
another thing I could think of is, when I put on the control arm, I tightened the bushing bracket first, and then the ball joints. I don't know if this is a wrong sequence and don't know if this could cause loose nuts when the car is loaded.