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When I'm leaving a parking space or backing out of my driveway, if I turn the wheel fairly hard, there is a metal rubbing/clunking noise. This only occurs if I'm turning the wheel hard, and occasionally if I'm turning a corner. It sounds as though it is on the drivers side

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Sounds like it could be a CV axel if that is true you should get that checked right away it can be very dangerous.

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