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I keep getting a "Stability reduced" message on my consol and if I go through a puddle or the car wash I hear and feel a rough grinding noise which appears to be coming from my left front tire. When this happens the car struggles to move forward. My steering also feels loose and there's a slight raddle at time.

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Check Brake Disck On Both Side Also check Tire for Alignement... Car as to be sent to a professional Garage for Inspection...

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