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Whenever I go over bumps in the road, I hear a slight clunk sound like metal hitting metal from both of the front wheels. Certain bumps in the road don't cause it, but the majority of cracks in the pavement or other smaller bumps will. Any ideas on what it could be?

I remember it happening before on my Cobalt, and it was an issue with the control arm. I don't know much about the suspension on the cruze though.
 

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Yes. They are a plastic bar that runs vertically from the back side of the strut to the sway bar.
 

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You can get metal Moog ones off Amazon for ~$16 a piece (you need two) and they aren't super difficult to install. Just did mine last night.
 

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Obvious wear points that make noise:
Stabilizer bar end links, already mentioned.
Control arm pivot bushings.
Stabilizer bar mounting bushings.
 
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