Why is your car knocking on the right side front?

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is it front wheel drive? if so the cv joint is bad

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Pay more until you have some equity.

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The left and right side of the vehicle is determined as if you are sitting in it facing forward. Left is the driver side and right is the passenger side.

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............Usually means the brake pads have worn down to the metal.

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the guy should not hit the 2 cars on the right and he should not go near them

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Right same set up as left-hand drive

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When you turn right the weight of the vehicle shifts to the left, which could cause rubbing of several things on the left side.

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The same thing happens to my car. It is the door seal. Try using the water hose and looking for where the water is coming in.

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Why is the driver position on the right on boats?

because you have to pass other boats on the right so by having the driver on the right it gives the best possible chance of survival in high risk situations lol

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Your car feels light on the steering on one side?

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Why your car leaning to left side?

Either your tires on that side are flat, or there's something wrong with the suspension. Springs break sometimes, and would be a fairly inexpensive fix.

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Why is your steering rocking from side to side?

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