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When i turn right the car want to pull hard to the right but it dont do it when you turn to the left

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You have a worn or damaged CV axle (constand velocity). The less likely problem is worn or damaged ball joins. If you dont know how to replace the CV i suggest taking it to a qualified mechanic. It will be a relatively cheap fix since there isnt a whole lot to it. Good luck and i hope i was able to shed some light on your problem. Please leave feedback if i was able to clarify your situation.

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