Why Does My Car Make a Noise When I Turn the Wheel?

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Your car could be making a noise when you turn the wheel due to a worn constant velocity joint. The CV joint is the flexible coupling that allows the front wheels to be steered in a front wheel drive or on an all wheel drive vehicle.
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