Question about Chevrolet TrailBlazer
Well, you could stop turning left. But I presume that you may still need to. The next step is to inspect EVERYTHING. A common issue can be worn bearings, or brake pads. No way to know until you open it up and start looking around. Look for any damaged metal, shavings, or loosenesses.
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