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When I turn wheel right I get some noisy . THis noise is not on the left side

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Please describe the noise, is it clicking noise?

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Hi forget cv joint the noise would be on the left side if it was check the suspension parts on the right side emissionwiz is right you need to decribe the noise but favourites will be ball joints bearings suspension leg yates210456

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