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When I hit a bump, all wheel disable lite come on & when I turn sharpe I hear noise in front axle

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BAD C V JOINTS. REPLACE ASAP , COULD CAUSE MORE DAMAGE,

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shock absorber mountings or fixing bolts loose

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Have your CV joints inspect.

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lower balljoints or strut bearing

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Thanks for choosing FixYa and welcome to the site. It could be a number of things to be honest. It may be a bad shock. If so, it would have less stability. There may be something loose in the motor. You may need to check your lug nuts on your wheel. It could be a brake pad that is worn or perhaps a caliper that is loose. I would advise you to check all your bolts on that tire. Check the suspension as well. If you have any questions, feel free to ask. Thanks for using FixYa and have a good evening.

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