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Question Details Asked:Jan 21, 2011 - 06:50 PMStatus:Closed
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This is often called by failing CV joints in one or both front axles. Mechanics can diagnose it easily, have them replace the faulty side with a new axle, no need to rebuild them.
i had that that problem. its most likely your axels. id have them replaced asap cause itll just bring alot more problems like no aligment and wear out your tires.
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