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1995 3 door auto has a grinding/cluking sound when turning hard left at slow speed that comes & go's,on the front left or rear left &some times on front right,replaced front&rear dif mounts told it may be trans,cv,axals,wheel bearings,etc ?????? help pls

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    grinding when slowing down. left front wheel wobbles

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Clicking is usually due to a bad axle shaft.

Posted on Sep 17, 2010

Testimonial: "Thank's got to start some where my gut feeling is a inner cv joint!! one more for the mix told may be stearing shafts as well, cheers mark"

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