CV joints are gone, and need to bew replaced, then must do a front end alignment. Lug nuts on the tire could be loose and tire is wobbling when going straight. Turning left or right would keep the wheel from wobbling and the sound would stop. Make sure all nuts are secure. I've had front wheel bearings fail just like that.Replaced CV joint and it wasn't needed.
you have a bad cv drive shaft
Well it obviously means that you have crickets under your hood and you are hurting them. You probably should stop turning and just drive straight. But for real you should go get checked out or something cause that sounds like a personal problem.
The best hand position for straight ahead steering is to think of the steering wheel as a clock. The best position would be to have the hands on the 3 and the 9, which is what people are taught when learning how to drive.
A wheel alignment is what syncs your steering wheel with your wheels. It ensures your car will drive straight when your steering wheel isn't turned.
check the power steering rack or the steering pump
Sounds like a worn ball joint.
Sounds like a wheel bearing going bad. Had similar issue on ford explorer that ended up being front left hub bearing. If it is a front wheel drive vehicle, it could be a CV joint on drive shaft to the side of the noise.
sounds like a front wheel drive with bad cv joints, which are your drive shafts going to both front wheels.
You may have been in an accident and some steering/suspension parts are bent or you may have extremely worn steering/suspension parts. Even the rear end could be knocked out of alignment to cause that. Have the vehicle checked, repairs made and an alignment done for your safety.
Check your power steering fliud, if it is low this could cause the vibration you are feeling.
It is not illegal to drive without power steering. Many people who drive very old cars do not have power steering.
some cars yes (like 4 drive)
Sounds like a drive axle half shaft. Have it replaced. Not that expensive.
slipping alternator/power steering/ auxillary drive belt
No. A catalytic converter wont. If its a rear wheel drive, check your drive shaft. Front Wheel drive, CV Joints. Other than that worn steering. Exhaust wont cause this issue.
Sounds Like You Have a Bad Universal Joint In The Drive Shaft. Also somewhere in the drive trane there is a lack of Grease. Have it serviced and greased, but first have the universal joints checked and replaced if they are bad. Also check all Steering parts, and replaced if needed. Good Luck
1996 c60 truck if you turn steering quickly at low speeds vehicle shacks acts like drive train until you stop
Yes, if you drive with the power steering empty of fluid and the motor locks up, it can actually rip the belt from the motor. You can damage belts and the steering motor if you drive with the power steering empty.
No it will not. Sounds like the transmission has a major problem.
it is very dangerous to drive with a power steering leak. This is because steering can become almost impossible and you could have an accident.
When you drive over a clicking bettle.
Tyre pressure low. Hitting the kerbor a pothole has misaligned the wheel. The wheel has a weak suspension spring or shock absorber. Brake binding. Excessive play in a suspension or steering joint causing misalignment of the wheels.
Not unless you don't intend on steering.
thats wat she said