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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Usually when this happens it tells the tech that the left outer CV Joint is starting to dry up from lose of grease. The rubber boot could be torn and spitting out grease. When you turn right, most of the car's weight is tranfered to the left wheel. The same thing happens when you turn left, the weight is transfered to the right wheel. Lift it up and inspect the Constant Velocity Joints inner and outter rubber boots for leakage or tearing, there are two each axle. Most of the time it would only need a new boot and repacked with high temp grease.
Posted on Jun 15, 2010
Change the 109 relay under the steering wheel behind the glove box, I had the exact same problem. Easy fix. :-)
Posted on Sep 15, 2012
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