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I have a 2004 jeep grand cherokee,quadre drive full time 4X4. when i make hard left or right turns on pavement it makes wierd sounding noises. it sounds kinda like the tires, but im not sure. is this normal?

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    i got a '99 jeep grand cherokee limited and when i make a hard left or right i get a loud clicking noise..what is this??

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Yes when you make the absoulute full turn your hearing like a hissing noise this is normal if this is what your hearing then problem solved but if has a different sound than that like a rubbing sound then check the fender wells to see is there is any rub marks this can be corrected by putting in a turn stopper

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