cos its a renault
You may need power steering fluid
ummm power steering
squeaking noise coming from sleeve covered arm coming from steering column to the wheel
ball joints or tie rods
It is most likely due to a loose power steering belt. If the steering wheel is hard to turn at speeds slower than 40mph or it gets harder the more you turn it and the squeaking noise happens when you turn the wheel, then you need to check the tension on the power steering belt.
If your Honda Civic is squeaking when you turn the steering wheel then it could be the belt to the power steering pump that needs replacing.
The most common cause for a squeaking noise when turning the steering wheel on any vehicle, including a 2001 Toyota Avalon, is the belt that runs the power steering pump. If the belt is fairly new, a small drop of any dish soap on the belt while the car is running will clear up the noise. If the belt is worn, it needs to be replaced.
could be the power steering belt, axle going bad. power steering pump it self could also be bad.
Can be defective wheel bearing, or worn brake pads. You might also want to check the power steering fluid level. Low PS fluid level will cause the pump to squeal.
mine needed power steering fluid
A bad bearing can cause can the front end of car to make a squeaking noise when turning steering wheel either direction. It can also be caused by bad suspension.
it sounds to be as if your power steering pump is out or low on fluid.
A defective CV joint will make a grinding noise when you turn the steering will. A bad strut can also cause a grinding noise.
Could be your steering fluid is low? My 1982 GMC pickup truck makes a noise when my steering wheel fluid gets low.
Power steering belt.
Most likely it is low power steering fluid. Check fluid and see if noise goes away.
It could be low on power steering fluid. That is a common problem. It makes a sharp whining noise when you turn the steering wheel.
the steering wheel wont make the front wheels make noise as there is no generating source from the steering wheel. it will be the other way around.
If a car makes noise when turning the tie rod can be worn. Tie rods allow a vehicle to turn, when they fail the steering wheel will knock and rattle making all kinds of noises.
It may be a sign that one of your constant velocity (CV) Joints needs lubrication or is failing.
Check the fluid in the power steering. If it is low the car will make noise when you turn the wheel.
you need power steering fluid.
Without seeing it , I will tell you that most of the time wheel noise that happens when you turn the wheel is due to a CV axle that is failing. Test is this way: go into a large vacant parking lot and turn the wheels to the right and go in reverse; is the noise worse? It may be if the joint is bad.Usually a wheel bearing will make a low growling noise; but you called it a squealing noise. I hope this helps a little.
soounds like steering wheel fluid needs to up