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You have one of your constant-velocity joints failing. There are 4 on your car, two left and two right. Each has a short "drive shaft" between them. Nowadays, the cheapest fix is to replace the right or left axle as a unit ( One axle with a joint on each end). From your description, sounds like you might consider doing them tomorrow, or maybe today. If left untreated, thewy will come off and leave you stranded. Also, when they fall apart, they can damage other parts. Be blessed
Those answers are wrong! It's behind the little storage compartment to the left of the steering wheel. You can pop that little flip-drawer out and there it is. (Lighter fuse is three down all the way to the right.)
take down the bottom panel below the steering column, which runs across the lower part of the dash, between the torx bolts and 7mm bolts it comes out and they are right below the radio area two silver flasher relays one is the hazards the other is the turn signals
Remove horn cover, just pops off or slides off. Disconnect wire and set cover aside. Oh, point the wheel straight up and down. Find the right socket and remove that big nut right there once that nut is off you can use a steering wheel puller and remove it, OR what I do, is just start pulling on the wheel. Pull on top then bottom, side to side, it takes a little muscle to do so. It will pop off. Once off, put new wheel on making sure it's straight up and down, and put the nut back on the horn cover. Boom, your done.