Hey Scotty, I'm having a little noise problem. I have a 2015 Toyota Corolla with 334k miles, it is the 4cyl 1.8L with the CVT transmission. Every year I do the transmission fluid change. coolant, brake pads, spark plug, and serpentine belt. I try to take care of it, as I do drive a lot in her. My recent problem is that when i turn left at about 5 or less miles i hear this clicking noise. If I'm driving faster no noise. if I turn right at any speed no noise. There has been a noise for the longest time when I go over speed bumps like as if something like the bumper is grinding but I still yet to find out what that is and if it's related to the new noise. I just watched your video you talking about shocks/struts, so idk if mine are going out and/or if the left CV axle is done out? Oh yeah and after driving for a little then I can turn left at that slow mileage and no noise, like as if something gets lubricated and the noise goes away but when I first start driving it makes that noise. Thank You, Paul

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Techsus
Techsus

You're on the right track. Strongly consider installing CV Joint. Watch Scotty's tutorial on CV-Joint, "How to Fix Car Noise When Turning (CV Joint and Axle)":