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...noise while turning left. Turning Left in my 2009 G5 there is a grinding noise that only occurs while i'm using effort to turn the wheel left. Ounce it's left and coming back to straight position it ...


...load. since u describe a noise in right front while driving straight i would suspect failed right front wheel bearing. see if your noise changes/goes away while turning right that should tell u 4 ...


...turning LEFT stops the noise, it's the LEFT one that's more likely bad. Make sense? Turning RIGHT loads the LEFT wheel; and vice-versa as the WEIGHT SHIFTS AWAY FROM THE TURN. More than likely it is ...

...noise, coming from the front. When I'm turning right it gets worse. Turn left and it virtually vanishes. Is this the bearings? Hub assembly? Thanks yes.this means the left wheel bearing is bad, ...

...noise when turning boxer van clunk on drivers side when turning slow One of the driving shafts cv bearing  worn out ,Drive in the park  turn left   not noise  turn right  you ...

...noise when turning left, you are "loading" the right wheel bearing. ( Shifting more weight to the side inside your turn). Think this way. When turning left at a higher speed, the left tire might even ...

noise when turning left. Chevy cavalier two wheel drive. When turning right there is no noise. When the wheel is even slightly oriented left there is a noise. Nothing when turning right. When coasting

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noise when turning left when turning left I get this rattle noise, what could it be well it could be the brake pads rattling when turning have the brakes checked. it could also be a bad cv joint gone ...

...noise. when turning right the left side will make more noise. if always the same then, tires or transmission need addressing. the cv axle does not make a growling noise, unless front wheel drive car ...

change over different types of pavement. Bearing noise won't. Except when you are turning left or right. Turning left and the noise gets loader/worse is the right side bearing. Vise versa for the left

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