Just replaced drivers side CV joint now my car makes a grinding noise when I turn.
Have had this noise now for about a month ever since the CV joint was replaced it makes the noise when I sit in the car & turn the wheel only on drivers side. Now it feels like the tire is about to fall off I thought it was the dust cover on the ball joint but I'm just not sure any suggestions
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