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Why does the wheel click on a right turn?

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2006-06-25 02:00:01
2006-06-25 02:00:01

The right-turn clicking sound you hear is most likely a result of worn or damaged outer CV joints. A quick way to test this is to drive the car in reverse while cranking the wheel to one side

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