there are several reasons this could happen the first would be loose wheel bearings.next would be worn out disk brakes allowing brakes to lean when turning. when was front end last greased ball joints may be worn, shock absorbers may be worn out
Defective left front wheel bearing. Have this repaired ASAP, as it can cause an accident.
A loud clicking sound coming from the front of your car when you are driving straight would be the result of a bad CV joint. This is something that should be checked out right away.
driving straight down the road about 35 mph and gentlly swing the steering wheel to the left and then to the right . The noise should come and go if its a front hub bearing.
Possible bad left front wheel bearing. ditto the wheel bearings, get them checked both sides front and rear. This is a serious safety issue.
if it is when u are driving it might be thr door or the speaker or if it is closer to the front of the car possibly the transmission
It certainly could. It could be a number of things also but you may be able to find a more conclusive answer if this is true. Does it get louder and louder the faster you are driving. Is it louder in a long but slight fast turn in one direction than in another. For instance If you are driving straight and you lightly turn right no change but if you lightly turn left louder humming probably your right front bearing understand? Keep in mind it could be other things but it sounds like you are on the right track. Goyette
Are the breaks worn or have they been recently replaced and could need new rotor. check your wheel bearing as well. turning left puts more stress on the right side of the vehicle, this could cause the grinding noise.
when turning or when ridin?
Started with turning right now it's while driving and it's not a constant noise. Just started today
This problemsounds like the tires might need to be rotated and balanced. the car might need to be aligned if the car pulls to the right when you are driving straight.
We need more info. regarding question? Right hand side? Front or back? More info. please...
Check your power steering pump A: check the front Left wheel bearing
it would be the CB joint it it's a front wheel drive vehicle with high mileage.
probably the cv joint(s). common problem in any vehicle. turning is when you really hear those little guys going bad. if that goes all together you wont be going very far. get it checked out.
Sounds like it might be time to replace the front struts. They're like shock absorders, just more expensive. If the noise gets worse when you take a right hand turn, it could be the CV joint too.
Worn front axle and/or front end component.
Worn left front wheel bearing.
A truck may be leaning to the right because it needs a front end alignment. Getting this simple tune-up performed will have the truck driving straight, instead of leaning to the left or right.
You have a bad cv joint. Or bad wheel bearing on one side.
I went through the same thing. Take it to a break place its more then likely your axle. Or u need you brake changed! ALso it could be the cv joints.
You need to check the front wheel bearings, while driveing down the road stright turn the steering to the left and then to the right and listen to see if the hum noise changes, if not then both bearings are bad left and right sides. If the hum noise changes while turning to the left then right front bearings are bad , if hum noise changes while weaven to the right then left bearings are bad.
Worn passenger side front wheel bearings.
Bearings misassembled, tire nosie, brake noise, noise in axle, noise in transmission, etc.
Perhaps a worn CV joint (boot damaged allowing dirt and debris to get into bearing causing excessive and premature wear)?