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What makes front right wheel pop when you turn left or right

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CV joint needs to be replaced.

Posted on May 06, 2014

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SOURCE: FRONT TIRES AND ENGINE.

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The tire noise will be due to the car needing a wheel alignment, just take it down to your local tyre dealer and they will check it for you if you are not sure.

As for the burning smell, if it's coming from the engine it could be a simple oil leak leaking onto the exhaust or could be more serious like worn rings or valve guides.

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Posted on Dec 02, 2008

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SOURCE: Dodge Ram popping noise front left (drivers side) suspension

its a lot of times universal joints.. the ball joints break with no warning.

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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Sounds like your wheel bearing is going if no other noises present when braking

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SOURCE: right front is making a clicking noise when i

axle replacement. clicking is a sound of cv joint wear.

Posted on Sep 02, 2009

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The front left wheel makes a terrible grinding popping sound when I turn the wheel to the left. It also seems to be driving a little "weird", kind of "mushy" and loose. There is a boot...


That a CV joint you're describing. That boot protects bearing from dirt getting in and grease from getting out. You don't have to hit anything, they split with age, deteriorate and sometimes actually twist on shaft and gives the appearance like you smacked something. Replace or have someone replace CV joint and boot on that wheel and you should be good to go.

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Usually the CV Joint pops when worn making turns so check that out. The bad one will pop when only putting a load on it. Here an example, say the left side is bad and you make a right turn. It will not make the popping noise only unless both sides are bad

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Loud popping/grinding most noticeably heard when turning is normally a sign of a bad CV joint. Look under the van where the axle half-shafts come out of the transaxle and connect to the backside of the wheel assembly. Are the rubber boots on the axles torn or missing?
If you hear the popping only in left turns, your right CV joint is bad, If you hear the popping only in right turns, your left CV joint is bad.

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My explorer makes a clicking/crunching sound in the front pass. side when i turn my wheel to the right.


possibly both front outer CV joints need replacing on drive shafts
usually clicking when turning right, mainly on take off means right CV outer end of drive shaft is shot.
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You probably have a bad wheel bearing or bad tire on left front. when making right turn left front wheel wil spin faster than right making noise louder.

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