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My car makes a loud sound when I turn the wheel.

When I turn the wheel of the car I can hear a loud screaching noise like the something in the vehicle is about to break. I believe that it is my routers. when I checked the car there was rust coming from the bottom of it. I'm not sure if this is happening because my routers need to be changed. Can you please help me?

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Does it make the noise when u turn the wheel all the way? or when u slightly turn it? if so that is the same roblem i have. i doubt its the roters.

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