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NOISRE OCCURS WHEN WHEEL IS STRAIGHT OR TURNED TO RIGHT

CAR MAKES NOISE WHEN EHEEL IS URNED TO THR THE RIGHTWHILE TRSVELING

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The right side c-v joint is going bad have the right side axle shaft replaced

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