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When making a slow turn to the left in my 2005 Deville, I get a rattle that sound like it is coming from somewhere near the passenger side front or under the wheel well. If I lightly apply the brakes, it seem to cease. I have looked at everything I can and can't come up with the cause. Any suggestions?

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Denverdale

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When making a slow turn to the left in my 2005 Deville, I get a rattle that sound like it is coming from somewhere near the passenger side front or under the wheel well. If I lightly apply the brakes, it seem to cease. I have looked at everything I can and can't come up with the cause. Any suggestions?

Thanks

Denverdale

I would recommend taking the vehicle into your local dealership to be diagnosed. They should be able to assist you further and have a plan for addressing the issue. If you have any other concerns, please feel free to email me. Thank you.

Caron, Cadillac Customer Service

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When making a slow turn to the left in my 2005 Deville, I get a rattle that sound like it is coming from somewhere near the passenger side front or under the wheel well. If I lightly apply the brakes, it seem to cease. I have looked at everything I can and can't come up with the cause. Any suggestions?

Thanks

Denverdale

This could be your brakes chattering since it goes away when you tap your brakes, have your brakes looked at and have your wheels retorqued

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