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.
It probably means your power steering belt is loose or needs to be replaced. When you turn, the pump is under load and the belt is slipping on the pulley making a squeal.
It could squeal, squeak, moan, whine, groan, and leak oil.It could squeal, squeak, moan, whine, groan, and leak oil.
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 your power steering fluid or your fan belt could be making noise.
Squeak in tires (when turning in particular) could mean low tire pressure, or bald tires.
low fluid would cause this or the pump could be going out
Polaris rangers do not have any steering fluid. You could grease the steering shaft while you're in there though.
could be your steering is messed up for the turning. but for the transmission you could have blown piston
The squeak possibly could be tierods. My '98 Mercury had a bit of a squeak coming from under the front and I figured it to be just old car sounds coming on. The steering started getting a bit tight and shaky, from there I was told the steering trouble was undiagnosable, but the tirods needed replacement and the squeaking was what alerted them to that. I went to a different mechanic to have that fixed and they told me the steering trouble was definitely related to the tierod. After they replaced that the squeak and steering trouble was gone.
It could be low fluid in the power steering pump.
could be where your power steering fluid is cold and thick