Worn left front wheel bearing.
When you turn the front wheels, they skid sideways as they turn. The skidding wears rubber off the tire.
Well not exactly, the engine is in the back but the front pops up for minimal space and a spare wheel.
in front of the left front wheel under the wheel well , it is easy to remove the wheel well , just turn the tabs.
Worn front axle and/or front end component.
If its a front wheel drive car , you automatically push the accelerator but not to hard and turn into it not with it. A 4 wheel drive car you turn into it and press the accelerator and finally rear wheel drive you let go of the accelerator and turn into it
which way do you want it to turn? Well the wheel won't turn, the car will just tip over and you might crash and die. :-(
when put in 4 wheel the front wheels dont turn
Looks like the center piece of the steering wheel pops out and the air bag pops.
You will hear a grinding noise. Driving down the road turn the steering wheel sharply to the left and if the noise goes away the left front wheel bearing is bad. Turn the wheel sharply to the right and if the noise goes away the right front wheel bearing is bad. Be careful and do not turn the wheel too sharply or you may loose control. Or you can simply jack up the front wheels and spin them with your hand. You can easily hear a bad bearing.
A steering wheel is the wheel that is in front of the driver of a car. It is held in the hands and is used to turn the wheels to control the direction of the car is going.
Open the hood it pops into the backside of the lens.
If it is a front wheel drive sometimes a bad cv joint can cause a popping sound when you are turning.
needs new wheel bearings
There is a square access panel in wheel well in front of front tires. it pops off. bulb should twist and come out
the whole yellow turn assembley is on rubber grommets start on the outside it pops out the inside slides into a grommet
sounds like a front wheel drive with bad cv joints, which are your drive shafts going to both front wheels.
This is highly doubtful the entier vehilce is design to turn the front wheels. Teh unibody or frame the transaxles the drive shafts engine compartment are built / engineered to be front wheel drive.
When you turn the wheel, or while you drive?
To turn the front wheel to determine the direction of travel.
if you have a front wheel drive and u spin out while accelerating.... let off the accelerator. but u pretty much always turn into the way ur rear end slides if that occurs
Sounds like a wheel bearing to me.
This sounds like a wheel bearing issue. Raise the front wheels and turn them by hand. They should turn smoothly with no hint of a vibration unless the bearing is bad. Also check for play in the bearing by rocking the wheel in/out at the top/bottom.
high pitched squeal from left front wheel does not stop when I apply the brakes. It will stop when I turn the steering wheel even a little bit but returns when I straighten out again
Your left front wheel bearing may be defective. When you turn right you put more weight on the left front wheel. It can also be a problem with your brakes. May be you brake pads are worn out. You need to inspect all this.