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What does it mean when their is a clicking noise coming front the front right side?

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2005-09-08 02:27:06
2005-09-08 02:27:06

You did not say what kind of vehicle it is. If it is a front wheel drive, it has drive axles and if the drive axle is going out, it will click especially when you turn the wheels.

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