Q: I hear a clicking sound when I turn left.

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I hear a clicking on the driver's side when turning left.

It sounds like you may have a bad cv joint. I would recommend having a YourMechanic technician come out and diagnose the clicking noise and they can install a new cv joint one as well if that is in fact the issue.

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