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Clicking near front driverside wheel when I turn?

As I turn, the front driverside (near the tire) makes a loud clicking sound. It became much louder and clicks all the time now after I made a sharp turn, so I stopped driving it. Any ideas on what it could be? I don't see any loose/dangling/cracked/broken components.

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This sounds like your front axle u-joints are binding up on the drivers side please have them checked if your going to drive your vehicle :)

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