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My wife says it's making a noise like a wheel falling off

Haven't listened myself but wondering if might be CV axle. 3.5 L engine - is this a front wheel drive car

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If it makes a clicking noise when turning it could be the axles. Check the rubber axle boots and see if they are torn open. If they are that lets the grease out and will wear out the joint.

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