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Nissan maxima hi there is a rackling type of noise coming from the right side wheel area

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    does anyone have an idea as to what could be the cause of this tx

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Being I don't know the model year and it has to be old enogh to have a problem like this, a poorly done brake job and broken brake parts need to be inspected for. Bolts missing or loose, Hub caps are not to be overlooked remove and drive again. More serious problems involve wheel bearings and if you don't work on cars regularlly this is an area that do it yourself mechanics get into troble. Unless you have done this epair before a repair manuel will show you how it fits together. The car jacked up should not show any losseness or play. check the whole car as the origin of sounds can be heard wrong even by the most experienced mechanics. Look for loose anything and do something about it until everything is snug then drive again. Moving the wheels to other locations on the car may move the sound and find a broken wheel or bad tire

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