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When i make sharp turns my wheels make a rubbing noise

It seems as if its getting louder especially when i turn into drive thrus like the bank or a food place.Also on u turns.

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  • nalonative Jan 08, 2009

    mahalo for such a quick respones..

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Coud be a bad shock, or weak springs also, your wheels may have the wrong back spacing on them as well, turn your tires and see where the contact is occuring,

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The tires may be to large for the vehicle. or the suspension may be worn out

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  • tj52991 Jan 08, 2009

    your welcome.. if that doesn't work check your power steering fluid and swaybars

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