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This is a discussion on Rubbing Sound?!?!?! within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; hey everyone. I've run into a problem I can't get myself to figure out. If anyone could help me that ...

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    Rubbing Sound?!?!?!

    hey everyone. I've run into a problem I can't get myself to figure out. If anyone could help me that would be great. Lately my 04 wrx has been making some weird noises from the front left side when I turn a hard left or if i floor if from 60 mph and up. At first i thought it was the acv joints but there fine. I'm beginning to think the wheels are rubbing or something but theres no sign of it anywhere. Everything looks fine under the car. Now I'm guessing its the suspension. Its starting to get worse. if you know anything please let me know. Thanks!

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    are u lowered or anything? or are u on stock suspension setup? have u messed with the suspension or in that area lately?

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    No its stock. I haven't touched it.

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    hmm thats weird? have u gotten under ur car and checked it out?

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    yeah it looks fine. Thats why im totally confused.

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