This would be a front wheel bearing This comes as an assembly /front wheel bearing hub assembly Get this taken care of ASAP before the bearing fails
Check the front brakes. the most common problem for grinding is worn brake pads allowing the metal backer to rub the rotor.
A bad transmission. The sound is from metal grinding on eachother.
have the back brakes checked sometimes they can sound like the front
You may very likely have bent the thin metal backing plate behind the brake rotor. That will cause the backing plate to rub against the rotor and make an awful grinding noise. Its not too hard to reform the backing plate away from the rotor.
Without more detail, my first guess would be that you have worn down your break pad to the metal on the side that is grinding. What your hearing is the metal from the pad grinding on the rotor. If this is the case then you may hear it get worse when you apply pressure to the breaks. You will want to replace the pads on "both" sides of the car and you might need to replace the rotor or have the rotor turned that is on the grinding sound side ASAP.
Grinding noise is metal to metal contact between the brake pads and brake rotor or break shoe and brake drum. Prolonged contact between metal to metal can result in front or rear brake failure.
A front right wheel can grind for a number of reasons. Brake pads when worn to metal can cause this. Also C/v axles that have shredded boots, worn wheel bearings. start by checking the brakes, replace as necessary
Metal in the transmission pan indicates a problem with the transmission. The most likely cause is gears grinding against one another, shaving off small bits of metal as they do so.
Possible its time to change those brake pads out. The whining noise is possibly the metal grinding to your rotor, which would cause your wheel to shake. Consider getting those rotors turned as well.
A grinding noise when braking can occur when the brake pads are going bad. You are hearing the brake grinding on the metal discs.
When grinding metal you should wear eye protection. A mask to filter metal particles from the air you breath may be appropriate if you are doing work that will release very small metal particles, and if the metal is chemically hazardous.
That is the sound of metal on metal. I suggest you immediately take your car to a mechanic and have the brake pads replaced before you cause too much damage to the discs.
I suspect there are multiple possibilities but the first which comes to mind for me are sticking brake calipers. A sticking caliper will cause a vehicle to veer to one side. In some cases you will note a grooved area in your brake rotor (disc), metallic shavings around your tire well and even a 'hot' metal smell after driving. Wheel bearings may cause a grinding noise possibly as well but not as common as will a bad half shaft (axle) but these tend to 'pop'.
Probably your brake pad came off.
By grinding or filing the metal.
Check the brake pads on that wheel, it sounds like you have metal on metal if the grinding is only when you are stoping or right after you release the brake and start rolling
Check if muffler is loose, check if rear brakes are worn out & grinding
check your wheel bearings by raising the car up. move the wheel up and down with you hands. you should not be able to do that if you can you probly have a bad bearing also check you front brakes to and do the same for the front.
Hi, the grinding noise coming from the rear brakes is either the shoes have worn out & are down to the metal, or the drums havn't been removed for a long time and are full of brake dust / rust etc.
Usually at low speed you hear a grinding noise when turning the wheel (assuming its front wheel drive) coming from the lower front. Another more involved way is to jack up the front and look to see if the rubber boot that covers the CV (constant velocity) joint is intact and not split with metal/dirt inside. You did not say if if is rear wheel CV joint... usually on all wheel drive independent suspension vehicles..... they of cause dont turn put will a grinding /binding noise at low speed when going around corners, usually the inside wheel. Hope that answers your question