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Front end noise

When I turn the wheel all the way to the left, I hear a "clunking" sound that seems to be coming from the right front wheel area. The outter edge of the tire is very worn (but only in spots). It almost feels like the wheel is wobbling. I have jacked the car up, removed the wheel but can see no obvious problems. When I try to shake the wheel side to side or top and bottom, everything seems tight.Any ideas?

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    The left side of my car seems to be shaking

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Those ball joint are bad double check it please its dangerous a noise like that can cost you alot if wheel come out hope it help fixya the post thanks pierre

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