Question for Hyundaitech stearingwheel

Help stearingwheel make knocking veeling wen i turn to the right. Hyundai elantra vvt 2 liter 2003 Is already 4 times repairing in the garage and has the last time a
modification from the dutch importer but it wont help can somebody help me?
GR.
Wubje
Ps, sorry for my English typing
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If coming from outside, it could be any sort of interference with the steering rack or tie rod ends. A worn CV joint will make a clicking/ snapping noise when under load and in turns.
I've seen a few instances where the intermediate shaft would make a muffled clunking noise, but this will typically occur on turns over bumps and can also typically be reproduced when not moving just by making small amplitude jerks of the steering wheel in either direction.
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hyundaitech wrote:

Thanks,
But evritinge the do will helps for a mound en then it returns. it begins whit an soft veeling en then after that it will bee starker wen the car is stand still with running engine and then turn the wheel to the right you veel it also knocking, and it happens also when driving The funniest part is, it happens only to the right
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The car should be checked on a lift for anything contacting the components that move when steering. Could be a fender liner contacting a tire or even a zip-tie rubbing a rack boot. I even had one car where someone decided it would be a good idea to bend the retaining tabs on the brake hoses, causing the hose springs to catch on the side splash shields when the steering wheel was turned.
Also, with the car safely in park with emergency brake applied, put your head under the dash and turn the wheel back and forth. Does the noise seem to be coming from inside? May be the intermediate shaft as described above.
Unfortunately, I won't be able to answer with any certainty because this problem could be caused by any number of things. If unable to locate the issue yourself, you'll need to find a mechanic qualified to do the diagnosis.
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