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Q: Car clanks when turning left

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My car makes a clanking sound when I turn left.

A: Unfortunately, there can be quite the varie...

Unfortunately, there can be quite the variety of reasons why your 2007 Ford is making a clanking noise while turning. With such limited information it is very difficult to narrow down the possibilities to just one, however, a visual inspection can be very helpful in this case. Enlist the help of a certified mechanic to assist in addressing your vehicle’s steering noise and get you back on the road safely with quieter steering.

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