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Scraping sound I have an occasional scraping sound coming from the front right tire area. what could this be???? thanks

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  • Mrfphats Aug 10, 2008

    i have sort of the same problem. it sounds like a tin can being rubbed only whe i turn and its on the drivers side

  • billy reynolds
    billy reynolds May 11, 2010

    DOES THIS OCCUR WHEN YOUR DRIVING STRAIGHT OR ONLY WHEN U MAKE A TURN

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Please check the bearing on the righthand side drive shaft.The bearing can be found in the middle of the shaft.

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