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Noise from Rear

Okay Somewhere by my right rear tire makes a huge clucking sound when i shift and when i turn to the right. TIRED OF THE SOUND

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Replace the bad Wheel Hub Bearing

Do both sides,not just the bad one.

Lots of You Tube Video on that

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