Its probably a wheel bearing but check your tyrod ends as well. Sounds like the Power Steering pump is bad (common on these cars) check the power steering fluid level (make sure the engine is cool to the touch first and be careful not to spill any as power steering fluid is very flamable.
could be your wheel bearings
change your wheel bearing!!
A failing wheel bearing is a likely cause.
you have a wheel bearing going out my friend,
I think, it might be a problem with the front Differential..
when turning or when ridin?
Check the wheel bearings in that right rear. Sad thing is they probably won't look worn or even feel gravelly, although there may be some play. When pressing in the new bearings make sure they go in dead square or they won't last long.
I would have someone check your timing chain a certified mechanic if you can get one
Possibly the wheel bearing.
i changed my left side bearing then after 3 months there was a humming on the left side so i took it to the shop they said it was the right i said the left so they did the right and found out it was the left so both wear done now there's still a humming noise what do i do now.
what kind of noise do u hear. clicking, poping, or skweek etc.
If you lowered the car or had suspension/strut work done you can be rubbing The body in the boot?
The most common thing would be worn tires. It could also be a bad hub bearing. When you turn the car to the right does the humming noise change or go away? If so, the left hub is probably bad. When you turn left if it changes the right hub is probably going out.
When turning left or right, you will hear a clicking noise.
With each wheel raised, Use both hands, one at 12 o clock position, another at 6 o clock position of the tire/wheel. Shake it, any movements? Should be none. Another way is, when driving, there is a "humming sound", it will get worse if you turn it to the right, or worse if you turn it to the left. The humming sound will go louder. If humming sound is stronger when turning wheel to left, RIGHT BEARING IS BAD. If humming sound is stronger when turning wheel to right LEFT BEARING IS BAD.
Its most likely a wheel bearing, I had the same problem about a year ago.
If its right after you turn off the key it might be a power antenna motor.
Check your wheel bearings. Mine made a noise when turning right and had to replace the wheel bearings and hubs as they are all one unit on my 92.
The drive shaft may need to be tightened
97 grand am rubbing/grinding noise from right front that is not wheelbearing or brakes
I have a similar issue with my Stratus, except instead of humming, mine rumbles slightly. This answer is only speculation, but I believe that it happens because the power steering is stretched to the max while turned completely to the right. You'll hear a humming noise because the hydraulics are trying to pump even more fluid in order to turn further, but there isn't enough fluid in the system. Alternatively, your passenger-side front bearing could be worn out, but it would be much more noticeable than just a humming noise.
Front cv joints most likely
Could be a wheel bearing