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I have a 2011 Mustang V6 with 2010 GT wheels on. There is this clicking noise while turning the vehicle slightly left [sometimes right]. It is not a full lock turn, steering wheel is just slightly turned. This is not the Tire Rubbing noise as the tires don't touch the inside arc at this point of turning. Just to see, I replaced the wheels with my standard 17" and the noise went away.

How can I keep the 19" wheels on without encountering this noise? Is it damaging any suspension components of my car?

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I took it to the Dealer and they said the Problem is all because of the Wheels and charged me $110 diagnosis fee.

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Sure it's not the pebel's hitting the underside of the car?
 

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I say put it on a lift and spin the tires. Is it only the front? The lift is the best idea IMO. Let us know. I'm curious.
 
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