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No really because there is pressure both ways keeping them from making noise. Usually they make noise when turning(clicking type noise) or them hum at higher speeds. This also sounds like bearing noise. The way to tell the difference is bearing noise will get loader or softer when your are making turns. Axles will have a consistent noise to them. Now bearings will make a noise when stopping.

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well it could be the brake pads rattling when turning have the brakes checked. it could also be a bad cv joint gone bad causing the noise only on a turn. if its when turning left then the left cv joint has gone bad. replace the left half shaft. some people say a rattle noise when its a clicking noise.

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I would say to check the CV joints on the drive shafts for wear. Is there any noise or vibration when you turn a corner? If so, that's a definite sign of bad CV joints. Get them checked out by a qualified shop.

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The ticking noise could be coming from a CV joint. Does the ticking noise go away in reverse? A loose brake pad (Anti rattle clip missing or broken) will move back and forth in it's mounting, a warped rotor will enhance this effect, the ticking noise will come when the pads moves upward into it's mounting causing a metal on metal tick.
Does the ticking noise get louder when you are turning the vehicle? If it does this would indicate a worn CV joint.

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if you feel the pulsation in brake pedal when stopping. its a warped brake rotor thats causing it. for bad cv joint symtoms--- Unusual noises when making turns. As you are driving on the road and you make a turn at the corner, if you start hearing unusual sounds coming from under the car then this is one of the symptoms of a bad CV joint. These noises will sound like something is clicking beneath the car every time you turn the steering wheel. Evidence of a damaged boot. Steering wheel feels heavier. The steering wheel will start to feel tighter and heavier and you can hardly make simple turns to the left or right. In severe cases you might even feel heavy vibrations like you are driving down a rocky road.

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One of your CV joints are bad, inspect which CV joint needs to be replaced. Roll your windows down and make tight right and left corners in an empty parking lot slowly and listen for the clicking noise. If it's coming from the passenger side window or the drivers side window, which ever side the noise is coming from is the side that the CV joint has failed and will need to be replaced.
Thank you for using FIxya and replacing the front wheel bearing improperly buy hammering the CV joint out instead of using a wheel bearing puller will cause damage to the CV joint as to what you have described. Good luck and keep us posted.

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It could be your CV Joints. To test them, turn hard to one side and hit the gas. If it get's worse you have a bad CV Joint. If not, you may have brakes dragging or a hub bearing going bad. I would start with the CV Joints first, especially if you have more than 60K Miles on the vehicle.

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The most likely cause for this is worn CV joints. The CV or constant velocity joints on your driveshafts will emit a clicking type of noise when the steering is turned to full lock. If this is describing what you are hearing it is a classic symtom of CV trouble.

Otherwise noise when applyiing brakes or shifting gear is usually associated with worn ball joints or steering/lower/upper arm linkages.

Hope this helps. Please remember to rate my answer. Thanks.

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