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Clicking noise in left front wheel. Sounds like a switch clicking off and on. Mechanic says everything is tight. Any ideas

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If you have wheel covers, remove them and drive. If the noise goes away problem solved. If you still have the noise and it may be the wheel bearing or the outer CV joint. More likey CV joint.

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