Q: Left Wheel Locks up When Turning

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I just had my whole strut assembly replaced and my left cv axle replaced, now when I'm either in reverse or drive and I turn, the left wheel locks up. But when I drive straight, no problem. Only when turning

My car has 90560 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

The axle joint most likely is binding in the outside joint. The joint or entire axle may need to be replaced.

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