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I have a 2005 Honda Civic that makes a grating noise when I make a left hand turn. It seems worse the more you excelerate. The noise seems to be in the front end and sounds like something rubbing together. Any ideas?

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Do you know a cv joint sound like ,------ ? If not that it could be the fender cover must be touching the wheel ----- check for rubbing sign

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