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My boyfriend says that the noise sounds like the noise that you would hear when you use to put baseball cards in the spokes of your bicycle wheels, except that the "noise" sounds like metal hitting metal.

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If it happens when you put on brakes, one of your brake pads or shoes is worn out rubbing on the metal drum or rotor.

If it happens when you turn, the front end suspension needs to be checked for loose and worn parts.

If it happens when you accelerate and it's a rear wheel drive your universal joint could be worn out.

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