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What causes a car's wheel to knock loudly when you are turning?

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2007-12-20 01:15:56
2007-12-20 01:15:56

My first thought is that the wheel bearing is failing....replace it soon! The other idea is the front half shaft CV Joint is failing. ( the front wheel drive..drive shaft on the side the noise comes from)

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