You're either rubbing, or the boot is either torn or needs to be replaced
It could be the Constant Velocity joint, which is a type of assembly that allows power to be transmitted through a wide range of angles, and is a standard component in the axels of many cars. If the thudding keeps up whenever the wheel is turned, the CV joint may need to be replaced.
Possibly a bad wheel bearing.
It CAN be CV joints, but it depends on the sound.
possibly your wheel bearing is on its way out
Many causes and different for front wheel drive and rear wheel drive cars. It's hard to say without more detailed information.
A whinig or howling sound coming from a cars wheels means that a wheel bearing is bad and should be replaced.
You may have a wheel bearing on it's way out.
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That sound is your power steering pump, if it gets worst than you should change it before it completely fails
This may be a wheel bearing problem.
The cause of the squealing sound is because you are turning the steering wheel completely to the right or left
most likely it is a wheel bearing on its way out. If you turn left and the sound disappears, its most likely either going to be the outer bearing on the left wheel or the inner bearing on the right wheel. Sound disappearing when turning to the right is just the opposite: outer right, inner left. It can be both but not usually.
If the sound is a popping sound when turning it is a CV axle, If the sound is a squeaking sound it is most likely your upper strut mount, or a wheel bearing.
A bad tire or a bad wheel bearing.
The rattling sound in the front of a 1995 Honda Civic wheels can be caused by wheel bearings. These bearing allow the wheel to turn and when they fail the produce a loud noise.
I would guess that it is the wheel bearing. is it a grumbling sound or an all out grinding? If it is or was a grumbling sound and has turned into a grinding it is probably the wheel bearing.
Low steering fluid can cause a steering wheel to whine when turning. A worn steering belt can also cause a steering wheel to whine when a car is being turned.
When the wheel is turned, so is the axle and vice versa.
mine was clickin as i turned the wheels and when putting it in 4 wheel drive "electric 4*4" it was a hub bearing goin out
On Front Wheel Drives, when the CV Joint is going bad it will do this because the joint is not wearing out and when turned you get a clacking sound. I believe it is the CV joint opposite of the way you turn that is bad.
Check your power steering fluid level. It may be low.
Bad Tire or wheel bearing, rotate the tires to the front if the noise follows its the tire if remains in rear its the wheel bearing
One of your wheel bearings are bad
Worn bearings, loose rotor, warped brake rotor, sticking brakes.
Sounds like a wheel bearing.