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Ford Taurus

When you turn your wheels to left or right it seems to make a rubbing sound what can this be?

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2010-01-05 08:31:31
2010-01-05 08:31:31

If you increased the size of your tires (wider rims without an offset or larger off road tires without a lift kit) and/or lower the profile of the vehicle with shorter springs, the wheel clearance has been changed and the tires are rubbing against the wheel well.

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