Question about 1996 BMW 318
Most likely a bad CV joint (Constant Velocity). The CV joint is a flexible power transfer shaft that sends power from the transmission to the wheels. It has a rubber boot to cover the flexible joint. If the boot rips from old age, water and dirt get in and the joint wears out rather quickly. Take it to a shop for an inspection/estimate.
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