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2006 murano has a clicking noise from driver side front wheel that increases with speed

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SOURCE: When making a left-hand turn, a loud grating

Probably the CV Joint (constant velocity joint).

Is the "boot" that covers the CVJ damaged? The grease inside may have been "washed out" in rain puddles. Note if there is a coating of grease on the inner side of the wheel/tire. If no grease, then the CV joint (like a bearing) will fail rapidly.

Just in case, check again for wheel making contact with a loose wheelwell flap. There may be wear on the front of the wheelwell.














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SOURCE: 2007 Nissan Murano AWD is making a clicking noise

worn CV Joint on that side causing the clicking noise

Posted on Jul 25, 2010

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