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Q: Front wheels won't turn

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I tried to park, but the front wheels won't turn and the car is making a clunking noise.

You likely have a broken CV axle. YourMechanic can send a qualified technician out to the location of your Buick for an inspection to determine whether your CV axel needs to be replaced.

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