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Turning after 20 minute drive on the highway

When turning sharp after a 15 to 20 minute drive on the highway the vehicle feels like the front wheels want to lock up but then u here a crank noise. i don't know what it is. please someone help thanks

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When you walk away, 70 km kilometer sounds of the front axle and when circulationtoward Yemen, or toward the left.

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Sounds like an issue with the awd system, best to have it checked out by a professional. There could any number of issues from the front wheels not disengaging to a CV problem.

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    I'm having the same problem. Did anyone find out the issue?

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