ball joints or tie rods
ball joints upper and lower control arm
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.
Most likely it is low power steering fluid. Check fluid and see if noise goes away.
cos its a renault
Its Your CV Joint Or Your Wheel Bearing ........... if it is your cv joint you will hear the knocking or clicking sound especially whilst turning corners.xxxx
could be the power steering belt, axle going bad. power steering pump it self could also be bad.
no it makes cranky noises
ball joint or tierod end
A squeaking noise coming from the glove box on a 2003 Dodge Ram might be the heater blower fan. Try oiling the fan to see if it will stop. It could also mean that a screw is missing from the dash and the squeaking noise is the dash moving a little in that area.
Possibly, the ball joint is bad or a bad strut, but I would have the ball joint checked first.
ummm power steering
Inspect the brake pads. They are probably worn out and need replacing.
Alternator belt in need of Tightening is One Squeaking Noise.
check your power steering fluid
Your shocks are going out. You may also want to replace the springs as well.
I would really have to hear the noise, but there are bushings all along the suspension. These could be causing the squeaking noise. I had a similar experience with my 97 after hitting a huge pothole unexpectedly. The noise was best described as old mattress springs.
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.
Are you talking about planes? Or cars? or me?
Most likely the power steering belt is old and should be replaced.
when turning or when ridin?
try the belt No I have same problem with my 03 1500 hemi..so far I have changed the belt and the tenssion pully, but still have the squeaking noise and when I turn off engin I can hear that squeaking.
It could worn out wheel bearing.