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When i turn right i hear click click click click how much is that going to cost me?

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From what you are telling me clicking the axle shaft starting wear out on the right side, depending on wear you get your work done the cost should be around 225-265 about. that would be a good price.

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There could be a myriad of problems when you hear a clicking noise when starting a car. The first step is to start with the easy things. Check to see if your battery has a charge. Next, check the battery cables to make sure the hookups are not corroded. Corrosion can put a damper of the flow of electrical current and can be the entire problem.
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