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Knocking noise when turning right at low speed

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If memory is correct the car is front wheel drive? If so problem is likely a worn constant velocity joint (CV) on the right hand side. Better to get a garage to check before buying one as they are a bit expensive to replace.

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    better yet, have it DIAGNOSED, gue$$ing is very expensive. noise is a hands on job, the finding, not something net bunnys can hear, or even say what end of car its on.... .could even be brakes, or wheel bearings, or suspension damage, (stop) lots more,, but is all just like tears in the rain, get it diagnosed.

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Cv joint or brake pads or wheel bearing or loose lug nuts/
this is a hands on deal, why ask net bunnies to guess?
we can drive it , test it or hear it.

Posted on Oct 10, 2013

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