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Nocking noise in front passenger side axle when i

Nocking noise in front passenger side axle when i turn left

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I espect this either a wheel bearing our the CV joint is failing. It may possibley be a noise coming from the brake (rotor and caliper) I would recommend getting it in to a shop for a look or, if you feel up to it, get it up on a jack stand, remove that tire and give a look.
I hope this may have helped,'
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