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Hi same symptoms, but bearing where changed less than 2 years ago on at least 25000miles
I was told it's the front half axle from the dealership(not changed) , but the CV boot was damaged , when they dismount IT, then they told me rim is dead, I didn't trust them.
Recently I needed to change my tires the noise when away for 3months, a few weeks ago I turned the wheels around and torqued again the front half axle nut.

Today I have no front axle noise. Only a bit from transmission and motor
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Re: clicking noise, front drivers side.

Wheel bearing. Just changed both sides on mine
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Re: clicking noise, front drivers side.

Put it on a jack and see if there is any play in the wheels
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I had the 2 changed, can it really be damaged so quickly?
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Re: clicking noise, front drivers side.

I have similar issues and spent 3 days off and on researching this. My issue was a clicking noise similar to card in spoked wheels. It first only happened when going straight then gradually made the noise when turning left and then later right. It would increase with the rotational speed of the wheels.

I checked for wheel bearing play, cv issue, driveshaft/u joint issue, etc. Ball joints, axle and trans case fluid were already changed a month prior. After getting under i noticed the noise was coming from the rear and not the front left. Ive narrowed it down to the ebrake issue others have mentioned. After i finished messing with the ebrake engaged and disengaged going from drive to reverse to listen to the click, the noise magically disappeared. This is what led me to the ebrake. I have the parts but have yet to install them. Just an fyi on something else to check.
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Re: clicking noise, front drivers side.

Not sure if you're still having the issue but my jeep has had the issue since I bought it about a month ago. The bearings are fine and the cv's are fine but the clicking was happening only when there was a load on the drive train (revving in park or neutral, even while coasting, made no noise.) But the noise seems to get faster with rpm's and not necessarily speed, but again only when its in gear actually accelerating. I took mine to the dealer and they found the u-joint bolts were worn and backing out so they replaced them and most of the noise is gone. The remaining clicking under the same circumstances i'm starting to think may be the exhaust manifold.
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