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Noise back left hand side

There is a rattling noise in the back left hand side wheel, it's not the exhaust nor the brakes but it's annoying

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SOURCE: slight grinding noise from front

check the axles outer cv joint and wheel bearing too. One is causing this grinding noise

Posted on Jun 13, 2011

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