I have a 94 LX wagon and since I bought it, I get a nasty clunk in the front end when going over rough roads or turning. I had an alignment done and while the shop did that, they replaced the right ball joint and tie rod end. That helped, but it still makes a horrible clunk. I ordered 2 complete strut assemblies. It comes with the strut, spring, insulator, bushing, and mounting plate. From what I can gather, all I have to do is take the brake hose off, take the 2 bolts out and drop the hub down, and then remove the 4 nuts from the top and remove it. Are there any traps I can fall into? Is there any wisdom or tricks to making this job easier? Is it safe for me to use my impact gun on the strut-hub bolts? If I get all this done and the front end still has a clunk, I'm not sure what I'll do. I don't know what else could be causing this noise!