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2002 Neon front end passenger wheel clicks when turning right

The car makes a loud clicking noise during right turns. It is getting worse and is now causing a vibration along with the noise.

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Check your sway bar bolts, i had the same problem and that fixed it! good luck

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Replace the CV axles. I say replace both of the axles because if one is going out, the other one is right behind it. This should get rid of your clicking sound/vibration.

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