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What would cause your car to make a grinding sound while turning your wheel to the right while driving only?

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2007-02-17 14:49:37
2007-02-17 14:49:37

The grinding is a worn CV joint. Get it replaced before it causes more damage! A worn wheel bearing will make the same noise answer worn wheel bearings or worn brake pads will be the cause

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