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MY CAR WHEN I AM DRIVING THE CAR IS DRIFTING TO THE LEFT WHY, AND THERE IS A NOISE WHEN I AM TURNING WHY

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Also check front wheel bearings

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Sounds like the alignment is off a bit the noise im not sure of

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I would advise you to take it to an alignment shop and have it lined up.

Posted on Aug 12, 2008

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