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A wobbleing noise when I turn my 2000 outback legacy

I replaced my wheels brakes and rotors and I still a wobbling noise when I turn the car around a corner

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Check your cv boots for damage, if grease escapes the cv joint will be noisy, there is an inner and outer cv joint so check both

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