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Noise from near side front wheel area, when turning. can i fix it myself.

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If it's a clicking noise it's probably the axle. You might also have a pebble in your brakes or your weather guard is rubbing on your rotor. Depends on what kind of noise you have. Could also be a wheel bearing if it's a rumbling noise or deep rubbing noise. Jack it up and wiggle the wheel while looking for play or something out of the ordinary.

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(cv) joint, constant velocity joint worn out...does it make a clicking sound as you go faster? well that's the problem then.

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