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There is a click click sound from the rear left wheel when making a righthand turn, which seems to disappear once the wheel has straightened. Please help? What could it be?

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I'm no mechanic but sounds like either a wheel bearing is going or gone, or could be your universal joint going on that side. not something to let go if it is either, as it could break and drop the car to the ground. please have it checked...soon!

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