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Front end our car makes a lot of noise when you go over bumps and when you make sharp turns. It also has a little wheel wobble.

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    I have a 2003 Saturn L300 and it sounds horrible when going over bumps too!

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Tie rods or ball joints. Get them both checked ASAP.

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