A grinding noise usually indicated bad wheel bearings.
replace hub or wheel bearings.
most likely the wheel bearings.
worn or bad wheel bearings will make noise (grinding, humming, etc)
that could be a variety of things, wheel bearings, u joints, rear end...
The problem is probably the rear wheel bearings
Sounds like wheel bearings.
No, bad front wheel bearings would not prevent a transmission from shifting. If your car has bad front wheel bearings you will notice wheel noise or wheel looseness.
Bearings on Inifinitis should be replaced after every 30,000 km. If not, they can start grinding with or without noise. If you drive in this fashion for a while, you risk losing a wheel.
A grinding noise form a wheel is usually caused by a bad wheel bearing.
AnswerThere are a couple of things... If it happens when you are turning and the sound gets louder then it is your CV Joint that needs to be replaced. If the grinding noise is only when you break then it is your break pads and they need to be replaced. If it is just when you drive and is pretty loud then it is your wheel bearings. Don't get bent out of shape if you replace one wheel bearing and the noise is there... it just means you probably should replace all the wheel bearings (better anyways).
I would guess that it is the wheel bearing. is it a grumbling sound or an all out grinding? If it is or was a grumbling sound and has turned into a grinding it is probably the wheel bearing.
The grinding is a worn CV joint. Get it replaced before it causes more damage! A worn wheel bearing will make the same noise answer worn wheel bearings or worn brake pads will be the cause
Drive the car on the road about 25 mph. Weave the car left and right. If the noise changes then it is the front wheel bearings.
It sounds like your bearings. it sucks cause they are REALLY expencive to replace..
A defective CV joint will make a grinding noise when you turn the steering will. A bad strut can also cause a grinding noise.
Brakes CV joints or bearings.
Could be the Springs doing that. If it's a grinding noise, then it's the wheel bearings.
Brake pads worn out, ot bad wheel bearings.
Wheel shaking under braking can be caused by a warped rotor. A grinding noise when you turn can be a bad wheel bearing or worn brake pads. Either way you need to have your brakes and wheel bearings inspected immediately. This can be very dangerous. Any decent mechanic can find the problem and repair it.
Could be, in need of brakes or wheel bearing failure,
The wheel bearing?
Wheel bearings, and if they're making that kind of noise your spindles could be shot by now too.