Q: Q: Weird noise

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Ok so when I hit the brakes to slow down their is a clunking sound on the driver side. What do you think it is. It's only in the driver's side it seams like. It dosnt do it when it's shifting up. And their is a winding noise when got hit the gas but it only does that when you on the gas but when it shift seams fine going up. Thank you

My car has 105 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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