Holden Cruze 2005 Problems

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Answered by CarsGuide 1 Jun 2006

THERE'S no way around it. You need someone to look at it if you want to trace the cause. It's probably a constant velocity joint that is either worn (unlikely at that mileage) or damaged due to hitting a kerb while cornering or parking.

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