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What causes a grinding noise whenever you turn your car in either direction?


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2005-03-11 20:01:14
2005-03-11 20:01:14

there are several things this could be. Your powersteering pump may be low on fluid or may be shot. Your tie rod ends may be wore, or your control arm, ball joint may be shot.

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Whenever either its magnitude or its direction (or both) changes.

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If you vehicle is front-wheel drive, more than likely, that grinding crunching sound when you turn is coming from the CV joints.

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It can go in either direction and the mechanism that causes it is still not understood

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