This buzzing indicates that the wheel bearings need to be replaced on your front left wheel. This can be fixed by changing the bearings themselves or replacing the entire wheel hub.
The problem is your rack and pinion .
broken motor mount(s)
Goodman CK30-1B : Just had the same problem. dual run capacitor burned out, whcih was caused by fan motor overheating (bearings worn out) or vice versa, which burned out yet another capacitor, until I replaced the fan motor.
Wheel bearings or u joints
Bad wheel bearings usually cause a grinding noise, and are known to only cause it when turning.
Can you tell us little more? Does the engine squeal when the car is just sitting and idling? Or, is the squeal from the suspension .... it squeals when you're moving or turning?
Check your wheel bearings. Mine made a noise when turning right and had to replace the wheel bearings and hubs as they are all one unit on my 92.
This buzzing noise is likely a faulty wheel bearing. The bearings are moving around randomly and need to be replaced.
The AC belts are probably stretched and loose. I had the same problem and replaced belts and cured squeak.
I have a 2000 Malibu and I am having the same problem. There is an electrical problem. I have yet to figure out how to solve it, but turning on the AC blows the fuse. Ive had the instrument cluster replaced, so dont go and do that, because your car will still do the same thing. Your BCM (Body Control Module) may need to be replaced, or it is just a bad wiring. If you have replaced your battery, that may be a part of the problem. I know this information is not much, but hopefully it will help. I have a 2000 Malibu and I am having the same problem. There is an electrical problem. I have yet to figure out how to solve it, but turning on the AC blows the fuse. Ive had the instrument cluster replaced, so dont go and do that, because your car will still do the same thing. Your BCM (Body Control Module) may need to be replaced, or it is just a bad wiring. If you have replaced your battery, that may be a part of the problem. I know this information is not much, but hopefully it will help.
This is a common problem. just get the rear differential fluid replaced. it will fix it. Dealer charges around $80 for that.
I had this problem on my 2001 GC....had it fixed several months ago....there was a recall on certain yrs of the WJ style grand cherokee, due to bad fan bearings. Your cooling fan will sound like it kicks on when it should, because the motor does activate however the fan is not turning due to the shot bearings. Contact your local dealer, should be a free fan replacement if that is the problem.
Physically has a turning problem ? Try your spare key and still has the problem? Replace the ignition switch.
The Cv joint in the front axle has worn out and needs to be replaced. Most of the time it is cheaper to replace the whole axle than to rebuild just the joint itself. I would suggest that you investigate the bearing(s) at the top of the strut tower. If the popping occurs when you turn the steering wheel, then it is this bearing not the CV joint... the CV joint will make noise as the front wheels are turning. Your question seems to indicate the problem when turning the steering wheel. It could be one or both of the bearings on either side. Judging by the year, this could be the problem. It requires dropping the strut and replacement of the bearing then a wheel alignment for either one or both bearings.
you might want to check your left side wheel bearings
You probably need your bearings repacked
It is the compression put on the bearings during assembly. It is measured as a turning torque measurement.
You may have bad wheel bearings. Check them out.
AnswerThere are a couple of things... If it happens when you are turning and the sound gets louder then it is your CV Joint that needs to be replaced. If the grinding noise is only when you break then it is your break pads and they need to be replaced. If it is just when you drive and is pretty loud then it is your wheel bearings. Don't get bent out of shape if you replace one wheel bearing and the noise is there... it just means you probably should replace all the wheel bearings (better anyways).
sounds to me that the right from bearing hub needs to be replaced. Had the same problem on a 97 Hyundia
If it happens only when turning corners, this is likely to come from the differential. A ball bearing problem would make noise all the time.
could be your wheel bearings
headlight must be replaced as an assembly bulb can be replaced by turning and pulling
Yes! These pin bearings are surrounded by high temp grease, the grease is kept where it should be by rubber seals. Once these seals are worn out, and cracked, or broken completely, the grease finds its way away from the bearings, and then you have metal on metal contact. There are four parts to a bearing system on each wheel; the inner bearing, outter bearing, and racers for both. the bearings run along the racers, and without the proper amount, and quality grease, these pin bearings with soon break the racer/lose bearing from retainer/lock up/or just simply over heat and STOP the wheel from turning. so, replace those bearings, and get NEW high temp bearing grease and chock it FULL. this will prevent any future problems.