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Whoop whoop noise coming from the passenger wheel mainly when turning

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Sounds like either a Plysep = broken-belt or a wheel bearing or the brake pads are at the wear bar ball joint or inner outer tie rod end upper lower control arm
.....physically lift the vehicle up in the air and try wobble the tire up and down back n fourth from side to side if all is ok rotate the tire and feel for a bubble or a broken belt if ok remove tire and inspect as well check brake fluid tire pressure greased fittings and the brake pads themselves try these few steps 1st and let me know what you discovered

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