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Hi,can you please assist me with the cause of the sound when i turn to left or right it makes a funny sound as if the rubbers are finished but when checked by the expects they say there'nothing wrong it might be that water poured in.[Golf 4 1.6 liters]

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Could be a broken spring (suspension)

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