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Why is there a metal grinding noise in rear left wheel of 1999 Honda Accord when turning sharply to right or when left side is lower than the right side as when driving on a highway on the left lane?

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2008-06-21 03:20:52
2008-06-21 03:20:52

Sounds like the bearing may be shot in the wheel.

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