Excluding the brakes why would a 92 Honda sometimes have a high pitch squeak when turning but not when turning the wheels when the car is stopped?


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2015-07-15 18:30:57
2015-07-15 18:30:57

Bad wheel bearing if you are referring to a grinding noise. A squeak can be many things. Loose power steering belt for one.


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It probally is the transmission or your brakes could be slipping.

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For the brakes, check for warped rotors. For the turning, check for worn CV joints.

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You went thru a deep puddle with hot brakes. The disc gets doused in cold water and warps.

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The brake pad clearance is quite close and sometimes turning will result in a light scraping of the brakes against the rotor. If that happens it's usually an indication that the brakes are worn. A wheel bearing can also be worn and be most noticeable when turning. Faulty CV joints can be noisy when turning as well. If you have oversized tires or non-standard wheels the tires can rub against the fender. Unfortunately, I can't give you any more specific information without seeing/hearing the vehicle.

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