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Clunking in the front passenger side when breaking and turns weird

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One common thing on those if brakes have been checked is the strut bearing assy at top of front struts. Grinds and thumps especially when turning. If not experienced at changing them, don\'t attempt it as it can be very dangerous. You can buy a complete strut and bearing assy, but if too hard on the wallet, get quote from parts store to change bearing for you, or an auto service.

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