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My car keeps makn a tickin noise when i turn leftd but had cvs done please help what ths might be

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  • sharmaine doyle Jan 20, 2013

    un it at the front leftd side of the car

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That could be your leftside axle..the boot pn the axle could be broken and.all the grease came out.

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  • sharmaine doyle Jan 20, 2013

    um it the front of the car an every time go left it does it

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