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Right front wheel making rubing noise

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Well you haven't provided much information, so I am just going to give yo a few things that you can check.
1) check your brake pads, rotor, ( if duringbrake application )
2) check that the caliper is not sticking ( if uring and after brake application )
3) check your wheel bearings ( all the time while in motion )
4) check your ball joints ( while driving and turning )
5) check your tie rods ( while driving and turning )
6) check your CV joint ( drive axle ) While driving and more pronounced while turning )
Good luck I hope that these suggestions give you some idea and help you locate and rectify your problem. Remember to rate all the solutions that you get from FixYa,thanx.

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