Have your ball joints checked. Sounds like your ball joint dust seals have been comprimised and dirt has entered the grease area and displaced the grease. CAUTION !!! Have this checked ASAP!! The longer you wait the more metal wear on the ball joints which could lead to the joint popping out of socket...which means loss of steering due to one of the wheels collasping.
There are two possibilities when it comes to a squeaking sound when turning. The main reasons are a bad power steering pump, or a steering linkage issue.
probably not the alternator if it happens when only turning its gotta be the power steering or steering rack make sure everything is greased up could be the PS pump going out
Maybe a bearing is going, a balljoint, or maybe your brakes are catching.
Sounds like your suspension joints are dry or worn out.
A Trailblazer that squeaks only when turning to the left could have a problem with the steering or front wheel bearing. Turning to the left puts the right pressure on the parts to cause them to squeak.
Bad steering rack? Bad steering gear? Pitman arm?
If the squeeling is coming from the tires, then the problem is most likely a misaligned front end. If the squealing is coming from the engine, then the problem would be in the power steering system.
The driving lights on a Volvo xc90 are turned off by turning the knob on the left side of the steering column. Driving lights are used to notify other driver's of the vehicle's presence.
Does this squek vary with speed? When stopped and turning right does it squeak? More info is needed
Notchy feel when turning the steering wheel Noise from the pump area when wheels are turned Possible stiffness when turning steering wheel.
Try turning the steering wheel whilst turning the key, most peugeots have a built in steering lock.
power steering fluid not filled?
If it's well designed... slightly, but not so much as to really matter unless you're driving a lot; you might get some fatigue in your arms then. The real problem is cars that are designed with power steering when the power steering goes out. Turning the steering wheel then can be really difficult.
Turning to the right, when going forward, you turn the steering wheel towards the right.
A whining noise present when turning the steering wheel indicates a faulty power steering pump. As the pump fails, it allows air to enter the system and a distinct whine.
try turning your steering wheel side to side slowly as your turning key to unlock steering... it's a theftdeterrent
try turning your steering wheel hard either way WHILE turning the key, sometimes the steering wheel locking mechanism interferes. you wont be able to turn your steering wheel like your actually turning, just move it and it should let the key turn
This could be a number of things. If the sqeeking happens when braking, then you probably need brakes. If it happens while driving, accelerating and turning then it could be the belt that is making noise. This can be due to a loose belt, worn tensioner or power steering fluid low or power steering issue.
Check out the bearings in the steering column and the knuckles in the steering shaft
Anytime I've ever heard a humming noise when turning the steering wheel on any vehicle,It has always been due to low power steering fluid
Loose power steering belt/worn power steering belt/defective belt tensioner.
check power steering fluid level
By turning the steering wheel in an anti clockwise direction.
mine needed power steering fluid