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When I start driving my vehicle and reach a speed of around 100KM the car will start to shake roughly. The when I begin to slow down to turn a corner and make a turn the steering wheel will begin to **** and a (knocking, clunking, pounding) noise will happen.

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    Fernand Luc Bergeron Jan 03, 2011

    check your steering and suspension components and the state of your tires first

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