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turning sound?????click click click click

when i turn right i hear this click cliclk click i bought the car less then a week ago. anyone have any ideas .i cant leave it like this smokem allllllllll
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a lot of new cars have this as a problem. on some its the bearing, some its the steering knuckle, GTODEALER should check the TSB's
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Where is the clicking coming from? (front/rear)
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clicking from the front

clicking from the front
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I guess steve is looking it up.
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retorque your wheels or take off and put back on fixed mine
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oh yeah, that too.
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retorque your wheels or take off and put back on fixed mine
.... try that and see what happens.
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Get atleast 500 miles on it and then take it in for an alignment. When they do that tell them to check the suspension to make sure everything is tight. Mine did that when I first got it as well.
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in other words, once its broken in.
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