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Clicking noise Different wheels at different times

Clicking noise Different wheels at different times

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  • sherry russell Aug 05, 2013

    car makes sound like card in spokes or a stick on a picket fence. it makes it sometimes while applying brakes, or coasting, or turning, or driving slow...not all of the time, but sometimes. Different wheels at different times....

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Check your vehicle pushing and see that the ring is inside the spring is not broken or worn out... try replacing it

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