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I NEED TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THE SUSPECTION, THERE IS A NOISE INFRONT, COULD IT BE THE BEARINGS OR, CV JOINTS OR SHOCKS. PLEASE REPLY URGENTLY

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Have a look at the axle boots.if they are ripped,the grease gets out and the cv joint makes a clicking noise when turning.if it is a noise that is while driving like a humming sound,it could be a bearing.jack up the car and move the wheel up and down and side to side.if there is any play at all,it could be a worn tie rod end or ball joint,the upper control arm has a front and rear ball joint,and you can actually see it move if it is bad.if there is any play when moving the wheel,have it looked at by a reputable shop.

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