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Noise in front wheels

Dear,
I have a question?
I have a 1998 Mitsubishi Montero Sport 3.0, mileage: 100,000, when I turn the wheels to left or right a can hear a sound (click, click) in the wheel area.
Can you tell me what happening, what I need to replace?
Thanks a lot for your help.
I.P.

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  • ipozo Mar 02, 2009

    Dear,

    Sorry, but my truck don’t have a cv joint, it is a singles traction 2X, I have already replaced a long and short terminal in the front wheels, but the noise still.
    I like to know if is possible that the noise come from the wheel bearings?

  • Anonymous Mar 09, 2009

    i have a challenger witch is the same i have the noise its like something is cracking its in the pasenger side im pretty sure its a wheel bearing

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The clicking sound is usually a cv joint, have them both checked to see which one it is, if not both of them gone.

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