I have an '88 Toyota Camry. I just got new tires, got the brakes fixed, and the rotor on the front passenger side replaced that was causing the car to veer sideways (to the right-passenger side). It had also been making a clanking noise in the same area (front right-passenger side). I thought with the new tires, brakes and rotor done, this clanking noise would stop, but it didn't :4-dontkno . It happens when I press my brakes (unless I press them very slowly), or if I'm going over a bump. The mechanic told me it was the "control arm bushing." Since my car is so old :sad: , the dealer does not have whatever is needed, to fix this, we have to pre-order ($150.00 - not counting $100 for labor :sad: ). I just want to know whether this "control arm bushing" sounds like it is the problem and whether replacing or fixing this will stop that noise. Any other suggestions/comments are welcome.