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Problem: turning right car sounds like basball card in a bike tire spokes.. what causes that sound?

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The cv joints in the axels

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My jeep makes a sound from the rear for example today backed out of a parking spot and a loud clicking kinda like if u put a baseball card in the spoke of a bike only louder


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