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I was on my way to school a few days ago and i heard a strange sound from the left side of the front tire. I assumed i needed a new tire but the sound has got real bad. Can someone tell me what it the problem might be so when i take it to the mechanic, i can show some knowledge so i don't get majorly ripped off?

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It usually doesn't pay off to try to play wiser than you are for a professional. Use a close-by garage which can't really lose a customer and let them fix it.

'A strange sound' can be anything from clanking to whaling and the causes are different. If you hit the curb, your camber is probably gone and the rim is damaged. You might have damaged the wheel suspension. In any case it's not smart to drive with it without fixing.

Posted on Oct 03, 2009

Testimonial: "Thanks for your feedback. It was actually the barron on the left side of the front. This is the third time i changed it with the same mechanic.thanx"

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