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Shaking and rattle sound at lower speed and when turning

When making turns and when it starts moving / accelerating from 10 mph to higher , u can feel shaking and hear like a ratttle sound . but when on a high speed it is gone.

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    after I turn a corner, a rattling sound starts - you can hear it outside & inside the car

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Sounds like worn front wheel bearings jack up car with both hands on Tyre see if there is excess movement if so replace wheel bearings

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