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Noise coming from near side front when going around a right hand bend 2001 chrysler voyager 2.4 se

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It could be the CV joint is faulty, check the rubber boot on the drive axle on the near side front wheel to see if it is split or completely destroyed,if it is damaged the dirt has got into the CV joint & caused the damage & the CV joint will have to be replaced........hope this helps......cheers

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