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Sounds like rubber bands when you turn left or right

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Check for tire rubbing on anything in the fender well. Check to see if maybe a loose hubcap. If not one or both of your CV axles is (are) bad. If the CV axles boots are ripped, this is the likely culpret to your noise and you can pick them up at auto parts store.

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