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Popping noise Na say like if im backing r pulling into a parking space you will hear a pop when i cut the wheel sharp but no clicking when im riding just when i make sharp turn i was told it could be my tie rod ends but not sure?

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Inner tie rods could make the same noise your describing. Do this......with your car in park and at idle, slightly turn you wheel from left to right, just a slight ****. 1/16 of a turn. Increase the pace from left to right, then slow down the pace. You should feel a bump in the steering wheel almost like something is tapping it. If so, have your inner and outer tie rods checked. Actually, have the steering gear checked also for leaks and wear.

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