Grinding Noise When Turning Left Only

When do a sharp right turn (Locked or close to full lock) I hear a slight scratching/grinding noise from what I think is probably the front right wheel. Some might be able to better help if you clarify the noise is constant when driving or only when turning (right or left)? Either way it is tough to diagnose sounds, let alone over the net. My Sentra is making some kind of grinding noise while I drive. I just switched over from my summer tires to winter tires last weekend, on Tuesday I dropped it off to have the left rear wheel hub replaced. if it's low, it will whine, not grind. Definitely take it to the dealer. to reproduce - the truck must be running for about 5-10 minutes - come to a complete stop - drive straight (no turns) at 40-45 mph - the noise occurs. The noise goes away (not completely though) after straightening out (sometimes), and never does it when I turn left. grinding noise in right. If the noise is greater when turning left, it's a right-side bearing. Loud tire noise when turning wheel to the right Hi Guys, Just suddenly (say over about 250miles) developed a strong tire noise when I turn the wheel to the right and I can feel the tire grooves through the car: it happens after about 20mph. That fixed the majority of the problems. I just got back from Mexico, and my truck is making a grinding noise. Grinding Noise when turning steering wheel 10-06-2019, 12:45 PM Hey guys , when I turn the steering wheel half lock to the left I can hear and feel this eery grinding noise. Noise (Grinding) when turning hard right or left | Jeep Jeeppatriot. Hi all, I have a grinding noise coming from the front left tyre side of vehicle. but 5 mins into a rain, this noise comes out, when it is loud, it is quite alarming because you might think the car is breaking down any moment. I get a grinding/whining sound when turning left (only when actually turning, not holding a turn). When it comes to the wheels and noises its not something you want to ignore to long. However, worn out wheel bearings can lead to friction, causing grinding noise while turning the car on bends. I noticed it has now developed a metal on metal grinding noise primarily when turning left. If it happens even in neutral it's something else. It started to make a grinding noise when I make sharp left turns at low speed such as a 3-point U-turn. Only seems to happen, or at least it's more noticeable when turning right. No noise when straight, no noise on other turns, just when like that. I never hear it at high speeds and it seems only while the weight transitions to the left. That seems to have helped. I believe this to be a wheel bearing going bad, I have already this replaced once before about 3 years ago. if it's grinding it is STUFFED!!! If it's a clunk clunk click clunk kinda noise, and only when turning, it's CV shafts, about $250/side, and a wheel alignment when completed. Wondering if anyone else has had this experience? I have the "whining noise" issue as well, but based on what I've read I'm going to ignore it for now. I don't hear it on every turn, but on just about every one. THREAD REVIVAL i figured i'd be a good example for our new members and do my research before posting a new thread ! anyhoo, i just noticed this grinding-like noise coming from the front end, same symptoms as OP, only when turning over half or even 3/4 to the left or to the right, not during straight driving or light turns. I have a 2012 Prius when I turn the steering wheel to the left and the right it makes a noise kind of a grinding noise we check to see if something was rubbing nothing worse it only does it when you’re driving slower and you’re turning what could it be. It's a 2005 xc90 v8. The only time I get any kind of steering noise whatsoever is when I'm doing a power U-turn to avoid a 3-4 minute wait at the left turn. The noise is most noticeable in the morning when car is still cool. After listening over the last few weeks I need to correct some of my statements. I tried to reproduce the noise in Park by revving the engine, but it does not occur. According to the technician it is fan noise but the fan is located in the top left corner. Replacing it was pretty easy. But, I changed the wheel bearings and it is still there? I am at a loss. Recently, I have noticed when come to a dead stop and start out, only while accelerating, I get a grinding squeaky noise from. If turning one direction makes the noise louder and turning the other direction makes it quieter or makes it go away entirely, it is almost certainly a wheel bearing. For the past couple of days, when I make left turns, I'd hear and feel an increasing engine vibration/grinding noise directly in front of me. However, worn out wheel bearings can lead to friction, causing grinding noise while turning the car on bends. The noise goes away (not completely though) after straightening out (sometimes), and never does it when I turn left. Hi guys, Just want to get some of your opinions on what could be the problem on the above subject. Re: Grinding / Rubbing / Scraping noise on the right when ONLY turning left Post by Dirty Harry » Tue Nov 27, 2018 3:14 pm Fair enough, my thought process is that it is not a rotating part, so over 15kph would be rotating parts. I hear a subtle grinding noise coming from the front left wheel or around there while driving. It also flashes brake assist and stabilitrack issues as well as anti lock alert. It would happen in left or right turns but, only for the first 5 minutes of driving. Lovely car to drive, but has developed a random noise. You can check ball joints by jacking up the axle you want check enough to stick a pry bar under the tire and pull up as if you're raising the car by that tire. This noise persists when the car is accelerating. Grinding noise Chevy Silverado + what caused it -NOISE AT 5:14 - Duration: 8:24. When the problem first started, it would not grind unless you turned right while traveling faster than jogging speed. So now I have no idea what to do but I have to figure out where this noise is coming from. i see this problem all the time. When I reverse and turn the wheel I'm hearing a grinding noise. Can also be a bad wheel bearing. However, i am still having the grinding and vibrating noises when turning to the right. This noise is very noticeable when I first pull out of the driveway, but goes away by the time I get to work. For the last 2 months, my Indica gives a mysterious grinding noise while turning the steering wheel to the extreme left. held the rear wheel from turning and pedled with my hand. Wheel bearings sometimes make grinding noises turning from left to right but not straight. The noise can be heard when the car starts moving, and when in a traffic jam, when the car moves very slowly. this applies to every type of bearing. I have Acer Swift 5 laptop and there is scratching and grinding noise from the top right corner every time i turn it on, wake from sleep, launch some applications. so the noise only appears when im going forward and turning. grinding noise in right front when turning left If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. If the noise is still there when the engine is off and if you are not turning the wheel, then it is typically either a failing bearing in the rear differential or it can be a failure in the transfer case if it is four wheel drive. I wore the brakes in properly per recommendations from threads here and it has since been 200+ miles. Front left rotor (where noise is coming from) is beginning to wear heavily on the upper-outside portion in a 2" band. When I turn right at speed at a roundabout for example, there is a grinding sound coming from the nearside front wheel, and it feels as if the ABS is crunching/ trying to pull the car to the left? This just happens once in a blue moon. Hi, Recently a grinding noise can be heard when I turn on my PC, but not always. It's really in between for the 1/2 that the grinding/noise can be heard. CV joint is a possibility, I doubt it's the brakes but it's possible. it is not making noise continuously, it on off on off during the journey. I wouldn't describe it as a popping noise. I never hear it at high speeds and it seems only while the weight transitions to the left. I just got back from Mexico, and my truck is making a grinding noise. 2010 LT AWD with 120, 000 km on the grinding noise only when turning right - Chevy Traverse Forum: Chevrolet Traverse Forum. Grinding/screeching noise when turning the steering wheel. It sounds like it is coming from my left front wheel. Pretty constant (every day) when I turn my neck to the left or right at extreme, there is pain that I don't remember before being diagnosed with PsA. This only appears to happen when making a tight left turn at about 15+ MPH Car just got back from dealer with service done: 2 new turbos Decarb cleaning (walnut blast) Pulled over and briefly inspected area, car is dirty,. hey guys, so whenever i turn the steering wheel left to right or right to left, its makes a grinding noise from the front end. My 2004 Ford Focus makes small grinding and vibrating noises when turning to the right. Replacing your wheel bearings is a simple and easy fix. Maybe your car has the same problem. It seems to only happen if there is some kind of bump or elevation change in the road while turning. i does not make the noise when you turn the truck to the right. Recently it started making this grinding/gurgling noise when I turn left and right. Honda Civic Grinding Noise When Turning Left I have spoken to several "experienced" Honda mechanics and been advised that there is a breather pipe where water Grinding sound during slow left turn. I put three liters of 75w-90 synthetic gear oil. So, if you hear a rhythmic clicking noise when you turn left but not when you turn right, then maybe your left turn signal bulbs are good, but one or more of your right turn signal bulbs have failed. I'll have to make a video and post, see if you guys can. I ended up taking it to the dealership and the rubbing noise was caused by a bent brake backing plate that was scraping against the rotor. Re: Grinding Noise in Front End of 2004 Lincoln Navigator 4WD 11/07/2011 10:37 PM grinding noises usually indicate a fualty wheel bearing. When the car is being driven at any other scenario there is no unusual noise so it seems to be related to when the car is at or near full lock. When going forward grinding noise ONLY when turning wheel to the right, becomes a tad louder when applying brake. Diagnosing Grinding Noise When Turning Your Car. Surprised that they would say nothing is wrong. Rotational noise front passsenger wheel when turning left (even when front wheels jacked off ground) Next step, up on a hoist. The power steering fluid is at the correct level and the color/smell is good. 'Nuff said. So the only thing that i could suspect was bad quality crosses. the side that makes the noise when you are loading during turning(turning left you are loading the right cv joint and vise versa)that is the side the bad joint is on. I thought this was posted previously but couldn't find it. If I am traveling at any speed over around 5mph and I make a sharper turn to the left, I can hear what sounds like grinding from the front of my car. I haven't had the time to really get in there and look. I had a problem where I would get a buzzing noise, instead of a turn signal, on a left turn indication, but only intermittently. I just picked up my car yesterday from the shop to get both of my tie rods replaced to pass inspection and hope that it would get ride of grinding/scrapping noise I hear everytime I turn left. 7l hemi i am experiencing a rubbing/grinding sound with a vibration through the steering wheel that only occurs when i turn to the left. I have a screeching/squeaking noise while turning left. It sounds kind of like a brake pad dragging, and I do need new rear brakes, but it doesn't do it when braking or at any other time. I ended up taking it to the dealership and the rubbing noise was caused by a bent brake backing plate that was scraping against the rotor. Grinding when turning left but don't do it all the time the traction control and abs light is on (2009 Chevrolet Impala) i have a 2009 chevrolet impala when turning left it would grind but not all the time also the traction control and abs light is on can anyone tell me what's going on i really like the car. History according to carfax shows all dealer maintenance and no bad incidents. Honda Accord: Why is There a Grinding Noise When I Accelerate? Are you hearing grinding noises coming from your Honda Accord? This article will show you how to trace the source of the noise, and the different ways to address it. I noticed yesterday and then again today that when I turn left at very low speeds, I have a grinding noise. I have a grinding or rubbing noise when i turn left. The coupler and the gimbal bearing were new and the alignment was ok. It almost feels like a spinning part/object is hitting on something else because it also interferes with my steering, meaning i have to pull the steering wheel back (more so than usual). I only hear this worn bearing, posi trac related? sound only when I turn left I can hear it. It will run smoothly when you turn a corner. The problem was much more severe earlier this month. I've noticed that my dust seal for the front axle on the driver side is hanging loose and have been noticing a grinding sound when I turn the wheel left only. Any ideas or suggestions on what could be causing the grinding noise and how I should fix if?. if the noise happens as strickly a grinding noise like when brakes are metal to metal when applying the brakes then it could be brakes need replacing. The topic ‘Disturbing clicking/grinding noise under load when. If it's only a gentle grating right now, let it be. For some time, if I turn the steering wheel far enough and accelerate (like for a U-turn), I'll hear some kind of grinding/rubbing noise. However, i am still having the grinding and vibrating noises when turning to the right. Its a quite noticable grinding and i have replaced all ball joints, brake pads, brake calipers, inner and outer tie rod ends on both driver and passenger sides and the left front wheel bearing. Noise (Grinding) when turning hard right or left | Jeep Jeeppatriot. It seems to only happen when I turn left? The only thing I can think of was 3 days ago I gunned it out of a stop sign in the early morningMy ABS flashed a few times and stop. Simple as that. I bought a 2003 Trail Blazer 4x4 but I've noticed a noise with vibration in the steering wheel, this noise, and vibration starts when i accelerate and increases depending on the speed, but his only happens when driving in straight line or right turn. Our 2000 EB Expy makes this nasty grinding sound - but only when you turn hard left/right - and only when turning from a complete stop - and only when the engine is warmed up. The noise only last for 1 or 2 seconds at most. Hi, I' ve got a brand new SE106 outdrive and after about two hours of usage i noticed a grinding noise when turning the steering to the left or right more than the half of the maximum angle. While moving quickly and turning left the sound is on a repetitive basis and is not nearly as loud when moving slow. You can almost "feel" it in the steering wheel as well. Skip navigation Sign in. Not, right, not straight, only left. This clicking noise while turning will start out faint, but gradually it will become noticeable and eventually very loud. I have changed the power steering pump,the belt tensioner and the belt to no avale. I get the scrape noise about once per revolution of the tires (turning at a lower speed makes the noises further apart and turning at a higher speed makes them closer together). Very odd noise while making "hard" right turns My wagon has been doing this now for about 2 months now, and I can't figure out what the noise is. Anyway i took the outdrive out and i noticed the followings: 1)coupler and. When I got the car back, the noise was gone for a couple of weeks. However, if there is any problem with the engine or other parts, the car will make different types of noises. If it is a controlled differential make sure to get the special additive. it is not making noise continuously, it on off on off during the journey. Noise is semi-loud when driving. Was able to gently open the fender skirting and flush it with clean water. From center to left, grinding and cracking. When I reverse the car and put the wheel into near full left-lock or full left-lock there is a grinding sound coming from the passenger's front side that sounds sort of like the wheel is rubbing on the bumper, but this only happens when the car is in reverse. Shortly after that I started noticing a very slight grinding / friction noise, but only when I had the steering wheel in a very gradual left turn, at moderate speed, say 20-60 km/hr. I have moved the steering left and right many times, no good. The grinding noise seems to be a rotating item on your vehicle. The car is a 2015 Challenger SP M6 with 8,600 miles. In tight left turn ONLY, there will be a loud scraping noise, moving or not. At a slightly faster speed at about 20-25 MPH, if I rock the steering wheel so the car moves along gentle S curves, I can also hear the grinding noise but it is very faint. It also might be the turn signal switch itself. But I still get this noise when I turn left only. The problem was much more severe earlier this month. Then last week, I took it to get new tires put on and a few days after that, I started getting this grinding/rubbing type noise when I turned to the left. If the noise occurs when you are starting up from a stop position and turning left or right, then this is a known problem from Ford for this era of Mountaineers and Explorers. One thing I would be careful about. i have a full size yukon xl with auto level 4wd and only has 34000 miles on it i put new rotors and brakes all the around and it was fine and one day it starts makeing a grinding noise when you turn left it isnt the brakes checked that and had it in the air and there is no play in wheel hub ????? any thoughts???. I noticed this noise coming from my girl's 97 Eclipse about 2 months ago. In tight left turn ONLY, there will be a loud scraping noise, moving or not. this grinding noise happens to me too only on my right hand side then i take my sno brush and chip the ice off and it goes away. grinding noise in right rear when making sharp fast left turns Like the title says, whenever I make a sharp fast left turn, I get a grinding noise from the right rear of the car. That doesn't mean it isn't there when going straight or Grinding sound from rear drivers side when turning left - Ford Powerstroke Diesel Forum. Over the past couple of weeks I've noticed that as the temperature has become colder (~teens - thirties here), I'm hearing a grinding noise (along with vibration in the steering column) when turning right at low speeds. Hi, I' ve got a brand new SE106 outdrive and after about two hours of usage i noticed a grinding noise when turning the steering to the left or right more than the half of the maximum angle. Skip navigation Sign in. it only happens when I'm turning hard. I have an SUV, about a week ago, it started making a low grinding noise when turning left. Anyways, I have a Subaru Baja so its All wheel drive. I have a scraping/grinding noise coming from the front of my 04 Accord but only when turning right. A grinding noise during a turn is typically a sign of a failing constant velocity joint on a front-wheel-drive car. If I am traveling at any speed over around 5mph and I make a sharper turn to the left, I can hear what sounds like grinding from the front of my car. I turn the ignition and as soon as the motor kicks in, there is this loud grinding sound for about one or two seconds. Taking corners slowly or just sitting there I dont feel it. Very odd noise while making "hard" right turns My wagon has been doing this now for about 2 months now, and I can't figure out what the noise is. I remember seeing this posted before but can't locate the answer. It would happen in left or right turns but, only for the first 5 minutes of driving. When I turn right at speed at a roundabout for example, there is a grinding sound coming from the nearside front wheel, and it feels as if the ABS is crunching/ trying to pull the car to the left? This just happens once in a blue moon. I literally just noticed it happening at first I thought it was the brake pads grinding when braking but when pulling into the driveway using only the gas it happens when I turn the steering wheel left or right although it sounds and feels like the right side. Going back to your problem OP,. The problem was much more severe earlier this month. It is so bad now that I refuse to drive it for safety reasons because not only is it still grinding loudly but now when I hit the breaks the grinding noise is so. I have a 2007 Tahoe 5. I have an SUV, about a week ago, it started making a low grinding noise when turning left. Grinding Noise Turning Left. I wore the brakes in properly per recommendations from threads here and it has since been 200+ miles. Squealing noise coming from the front when turning the wheel BUT only after the truck has been driven for at least 20 miles. The noise only comes when you turn the wheel left or right. While moving quickly and turning left the sound is on a repetitive basis and is not nearly as loud when moving slow. Google was unhelpful - just got a lot of results about grinding noises when turning in general. However, i am still having the grinding and vibrating noises when turning to the right. It seems to be coming from the front drivers side. small twig) lodged between the hub and the brake disc. Hey guys, So i started to feel a slight grinding through the steering wheel when I make a tight left turn at slow speeds. At low speeds, ideally while turning in a parking garage or coming out of a restaurant parking or turning in a cul de sac, and only while taking a right, there is a metal on metal grinding sound. The problem first surfaced in August 2015 when backing of my garage on to the street and turning a sharp left. i am now getting a grinding//crunching sound when i turn the steering left and right, I think you will need someone else to help, one to turn the steering wheel and another to listen, try to find out if the noise is coming from a top mount of the suspension, and which side, or from the motor, as you suggested. I just replaced that axle, the spider gear set, and both bearings and oil seals for both axles. I haven't had the time to really get in there and look. So, if you hear a rhythmic clicking noise when you turn left but not when you turn right, then maybe your left turn signal bulbs are good, but one or more of your right turn signal bulbs have failed. Always stops when I push the stalk to turn off AP. History according to carfax shows all dealer maintenance and no bad incidents. This noise persists when the car is accelerating. There is no grinding while driving in a straight line, turning right or minor left turns such as turning on winding roads. Very noticeable and you can feel the vibration a bit too. Loud grinding noises aren't bushings. 3L with 220k on it. chainring is the only non-new part, try replacing it and see. ok this is gonna sound soo soo stupid BUT since it olny happens when it is could i coule more than likely be slush that has frosen into ice and is rubbing when you turn. Why is my washer making a scraping noise when it agitates? Washer was working great until we moved, and now ever since then it makes that noise when it is in the agitates? We did not lay it on it's side, we used a dolly to move it to it's new location. A humming, grinding or hissing car noise can end up costing you. Recently I start hearing a clicking/grinding noise when I am trying to turn left at 0-15 km/h. if it's that same sorta sound u get when sitting on a hill and let the brakes off real light so they kinda make noise as the car moves backwards I've had that kinda sound when i turn into a parking spot going slow at full lock idk what it is, but it's loud and sounds bad. It sounds kind of like a brake pad dragging, and I do need new rear brakes, but it doesn't do it when braking or at any other time. It seems to be coming from the front drivers side. While it rubs it also grabs enough to stop the cars' momentum some. So if you notice that the grinding noise gets louder or only occurs when turning the steering wheel left or right, it's a good bet that this is your issue. It only occurs when the steering wheel is turned all the way counter clockwise to travel in the. Well as luck would have it, no issues today with said noise. After getting the truck back from the shop with the new gears, I have only driven 150 miles on them so far. There is a Ford service bulletin on it. Recently, I have noticed when come to a dead stop and start out, only while accelerating, I get a grinding squeaky noise from. I am hearing a grinding noise in the front-left side of my 2013 FWD Acadia while I'm driving in the first and second gear around 1000 RPMs. It sounded like a dust shield rubbing on an uneven brake rotor. If something is broken, grinding, and "LOUD", then please have it checked out by a professional mechanic before driving. Dealer says its the tires, but I feel it, and hear it, under the hood. Has anyone experienced this type of problem on their Jeep and maybe can share some guidance as to where I can look to solve this problem. grinding/ shuttering noise when turning left or right from a stop under power. The noise is most noticeable in the morning when car is still cool. Something to do with suspension, maybe a broken component. So far I've only noticed it when I turn left. Some might be able to better help if you clarify the noise is constant when driving or only when turning (right or left)? Either way it is tough to diagnose sounds, let alone over the net. Noise increases and decreases with speed of c. The problem I have now is that there is a grinding noise from the rear left wheel only. Was solved by filing down a small part of the drum. It only makes noise when the vehicle leans into a turn and stops when I straighten out. Re: grinding noise only when turnig left Post by gallo » Thu Dec 17, 2009 10:59 am ok heres the deal with this issue that after seeing my 05 F150 was doing the same thing, i looked up and saw there were dozens of people with the same problem. A4 (B6 Platform) Discussion - grinding steering noise when turning wheel sharply - When I make a tight turn (pull into a parking space, out of my driveway) I hear a grinding/crunching/crinkling noise, like the steering is struggling, almost stretching, once I turn my wheel about 80-90% to full turn. When going forward grinding noise ONLY when turning wheel to the right, becomes a tad louder when applying brake. I have checked the Power Steering as mentioned, the fluid is fine. when i curve left at 30+ mph my car makes a grinding noise. For the last 2 months, my Indica gives a mysterious grinding noise while turning the steering wheel to the extreme left. I never hear it at high speeds and it seems only while the weight transitions to the left. I am not sure exactly where the noise is coming from, buts it's annoying when it does it. Okay I have a 2004 ody ex with 121,000mi on it and yesterday my wife reported hearing a noise while driving. This is an odd assumption since it only makes the noise when turning left. Any suggestions or experience with this problem is much. Horrible rubbing/grinding noise when backing up Welcome to WAYALIFE!! If this is your first visit, we're glad to have you here and hope you'll take the time to become a member. The noise can be heard when the car starts moving, and when in a traffic jam, when the car moves very slowly. Something to do with suspension, maybe a broken component. As bad as it sounds it seems my drivetrain should have grenaded already only the noise doesn't seem to effect driveability or anything accept sound REAL bad. 2 Answers I start up the truck and pop it into reverse and once I turn the wheel almost all the way to the right or left it makes a grinding noise, but only then. It sounds like really bad creaking sound but with a a rhythmic rotating sound to it. (It doesn't make the sound right after you start it up - but rather after driving around for 20-30 minutes. Has something to do with the gears in the differential. Now, obviously I have an appointment to get it checked out, but I just noticed on my drive home after it rained all day and night yesterday, the noise stopped. Our 2000 EB Expy makes this nasty grinding sound - but only when you turn hard left/right - and only when turning from a complete stop - and only when the engine is warmed up. It is more noticeable when turning left but does it turning right as well. also have seen were if the inner fender is. By continuing to use this site you consent to the use of cookies on your device as described in our cookie policy unless you have disabled them. It started in a parking lot when turning right. Very odd noise while making "hard" right turns My wagon has been doing this now for about 2 months now, and I can't figure out what the noise is. New parking brake plate sub-assemblies have been developed to address this condition. Recently I start hearing a clicking/grinding noise when I am trying to turn left at 0-15 km/h. It will run smoothly when you turn a corner. Last summer I started to get some grinding noise after my Jeep sat for a few hours. Not noticed it whilst driving (maybe its being drowned out by road noise etc) but with the engine running and standing still, if you turn the steering wheel to the left, you hear the noise coming from the front passenger wheel area only, and it comes from the front drivers wheel area when the steering wheel is turned to the right. A few weeks back I got a 2009 Impala LS and have discovered that when I am turning, it sometime makes a double-rub noise. When I first bought the car, they replaced the hydraulic steering hose to a bigger one. I do not notice the car shaking or exhibiting anything weird when driving forward. my lexus is 250 awd got grinding noise when turn left but at speed 30 to 50 mile a hours only on 90 degree angles i bring the cars to 2 garage to check ball joint and lower ball joint and abs and brake nothing wrong with that today i check my cars with lexus and they say bad new the y pipes need. Particularly towing but even unlaiden, when I lift off the throttle and decelerate on the gear using engine braking, there comes a horrible grinding/rattling noise from under the truck. Wheel bearings sometimes make grinding noises turning from left to right but not straight. T-rd on the other forum tends to believe that it may in fact be my dust shield again, as the noise is only occurring when the driver front wheel is under load (turning right) and the fact that it only does it at certain speeds. Re: im getting a grinding noise when turning my wheel left or right? If you mean a Chiltons manual, they can be helpful. Yep, this is the classic symptom for a bad wheel bearing - right side noise when turning left. At first i got a grindind noise from the passenger front side when the steering was on full lock while driving this noise comes and goes. Since I got my truck back together and aligned ive noticed a grinding noise/ feeling only when turning right at speeds. grinding noise from front and abs engages the brakes and low traction light flashes on when accelerating from a stop and turning left at the same time, does not matter if you accelerate slow or fast and this is happening on dry pavement. they say that the steering rack and the power steering pump are fine. However, i am still having the grinding and vibrating noises when turning to the right. The grinding noises could also be cause by a wheel bearing being bad. Loud grinding noises aren't bushings. then grab the tire at 9:00 and 3:00 and try to move it as if you're trying to steer the car. -Took it to a shop and they didn't hear anything but think that it's the old pads grinding against the new rotors (even though they have over 40% of life left). However, this week, it has gone haywire. I can hear some sort of slight "grinding" noise when I'm turning left at low speed, usually comes on when turning 1/4 - 1 full turn, for example coming out of parking space or turning into a narrow lane. Failed wheel bearings may result in a loss of steering control or the loss of the entire wheel. left the car overnight drove it again and perfect no. I say questionable because the noise is still there. I put three liters of 75w-90 synthetic gear oil. I believe this to be a wheel bearing going bad, I have already this replaced once before about 3 years ago. I notice that when I turn the wheel left, it makes a grinding or growling noise. CV joint is a possibility, I doubt it's the brakes but it's possible. After taking it for a drive I no longer have the grinding noise when turning my wheel to the left. From center to left, grinding and cracking. As such, in the last couple of months, my Patriot has been making noises/grinding sounds (I think from the front end) when turning left or right. If you hear grinding and delay repairs, you’re creating more potential damage and danger. 0L Power Stroke Diesel - Grinding noise when turning left only - Hey all. As per previous posts, if you get a "knocking" noise whilst travelling on full lock, it is probably the CV joints (Constant Velocity). 2003 GMC Envoy 4x4, 108,000 miles. Sounds like wind whistling. When the problem first started, it would not grind unless you turned right while traveling faster than jogging speed. I have a grinding noise coming from my passenger rear tire area. Only at slow speeds (usually from a stop while turning onto a road), and can be either right or left. I notice that when I turn the wheel left, it makes a grinding or growling noise. I literally just noticed it happening at first I thought it was the brake pads grinding when braking but when pulling into the driveway using only the gas it happens when I turn the steering wheel left or right although it sounds and feels like the right side. The noise goes away (not completely though) after straightening out (sometimes), and never does it when I turn left. Anyway i took the outdrive out and i noticed the followings: 1)coupler and. 2010 LT AWD with 120, 000 km on the grinding noise only when turning right - Chevy Traverse Forum: Chevrolet Traverse Forum. When I am going straight no problems at all or merging into a lane. com I have a 2002 Mountaineer. First off the "noise" only happens when I make a fairly sharp right turn, nothing outragous. I took it to the shop and had them get me new tires and an alignment. I took it into a local shop and they said the wheel grinding noise when turning - Mazda Forum. The grinding noise seems to be a rotating item on your vehicle. I also noticed a clunking noise when going into parking lots. The faster I go, or the harder I'm accelerating, the less I have to turn the wheel to make the noise occur. Going about 60mph while accelerating at about 1/2 throttle in third, I can make it vibrate/grind by turning the wheel about 15-20 degrees left. However, if there is any problem with the engine or other parts, the car will make different types of noises. Grinding noise when turning wheel. I doesn't make it when: complete stop, wheel turned to full right lock, start turn; or, constant low speed, gentle right turn. The grinding noise is there when turning sharp left like into a tight car park. To answer the questions above, yes the noise was there before the repair. A few nights ago, I woke up to a ringing in my left ear. I'ts more noticable when cold, and around 35 mph, when light pressure is on the steering wheel. Hey guys, So i started to feel a slight grinding through the steering wheel when I make a tight left turn at slow speeds. Learn more about 7 common car noises you should never ignore, discover what each type of noise could be, and find out how you should approach getting it repaired. Im thinking it must be something to do with the brake pads rubbing on the disc. Wondering if anyone else has had this experience? I have the "whining noise" issue as well, but based on what I've read I'm going to ignore it for now. I missworded the noise, it's a hydraulic moan sound, but it comes from the front drivers side wheel area. It will run smoothly when you turn a corner. I have a 2017 LT 2wd and have had this loud grinding noise when I turn max left and low speeds. But, I changed the wheel bearings and it is still there? I am at a loss. It isn't very loud, but you can feel it in the drive, and it is getting progressively worse. and when turning left the grinding noise and friction intensify. i am now getting a grinding//crunching sound when i turn the steering left and right, I think you will need someone else to help, one to turn the steering wheel and another to listen, try to find out if the noise is coming from a top mount of the suspension, and which side, or from the motor, as you suggested. I really noticed it tonight after returning from a 100 mile drive on interstate. Very odd noise while making "hard" right turns My wagon has been doing this now for about 2 months now, and I can't figure out what the noise is. I purchased a new 300 C three months ago & it has had a grinding noise from the first day that I bought it, when I turn left. If it's making a clunking and grinding noise when turning, I suspect it's either a u-joint or a unit bearing, or possibly both. I put the van up on ramps thinking that there might be an issue with the splash guards (my wife has had issues in parking lots with the splash guards. This clicking noise while turning will start out faint, but gradually it will become noticeable and eventually very loud. It seems to be coming from the front drivers side. grinding noise in right rear when making sharp fast left turns Like the title says, whenever I make a sharp fast left turn, I get a grinding noise from the right rear of the car. It just started making a grinding noise coming from the front end when I turn left. Hi, I'm new to the forum, so sorry if this isnt posted right A few days ago, i noticed a random metallic grinding noise coming from the left front wheel (at least thats what it seems like to me). I am having some grinding, scraping noise coming from my front drivers side wheel when I turn my steering wheel to the right. Does something need to be greased?. If the noise is greater when turning left, it's a right-side bearing. it is not making noise continuously, it on off on off during the journey.