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2000 Camry It started out slightly pulling to the right when you accelerated, now it makes a loud popping noise (grinding, maybe metal on metal) only we you turn left. Also, steering started jerking left to right when driving. Any suggestions?

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  • eternalwizdo Apr 17, 2009

    Same car same problem. It pulls hard to the right at times I haveto correct it by having my had always guiding the wheel left. I live in the sticks and going over RR Tracks I hear a grinding are rattly shake metal on metal sound to..Did you find out what it is? Iam taking mine in MONDAY

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Have your suspension checked (front)

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