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2007 chevy aveo making front end noise when slowing down and turning

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If its a clicking sound it just might be your cv joint... dont be alarmed if it is.. i takes a very longtime to actually break it. its just worn down. i've been drivingaround on mine for about 9 or 10 thousand miles and it has not locked up yet

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