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I have this awful clucking sound usually when making a left hand turn. I also seem to go thru tires to often for the miles I drive.

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You probably need to replace the CV joint in the left wheel assembly (and maybe the one on the other side as well). Have the alignment checked as well. Hope this helps!

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