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Hi, I have Volvo XC90 2005, when I make a sharp left turn and start moving I hear a loud cracking noise around front left wheel, any one can sugest what that could be ? Thank you

When I go straight there is no noise

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SOURCE: Clicking noise from drive shaft

Take it back to the installer of the drive shaft and demonstate to them the problem.

The symptons you describe a indicate to me you have a faulty constant velocity drive joint or inadequate grease lubrication in the joint.

If the drive shaft proves to be the problem, it should be replaced with a new unit under warranty.



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I would say it's the bearing because the CV joints will usually make a clicking noise when turning right or left........Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: All wheel drive binding when turning sharp on my 2002 Volvo

SOUND LIKE A WORN HALF SHAFT CV JOINT.CHECK FRONT DRIVE AXLES LOOK FOR BUSTED DAMAGED BOOTS.IF BOOTS ARE DAMAGED YOU HAVE TO REPLACE THEM. YOU CAN RE OVER HAUL CV JOINT AND BOOTS BUT IT WILL BE CHEAPER TO BUY NEW ONE YOU NEED TOOLS TO REBUILD CV BOOTS AND AXLE.

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SOURCE: 1996 volvo 850 sw makes a clicking noise when turning left

sounds like the cv boot on the axle is shot...dont waste money on trying to replace the boot u can get a rebuilt axel for about the same price without the headache

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