A RUBBING SOUND COULD BE SEVERAL THINGS. COULD BE WHEEL BEARING , DID YOU JUST REPLACE THE ROTORS.? IF SO DID YOU MAKE CERTAIN THE ROTORS WERE SEATED PROPERLY. SOMETIMES YOU DONT GET THEM TIGHT ENOUGH AND THEY WILL WOBBLE AND MESS UP THE BEARING. COULD BE THE CV JOINT IS GOING BAD IF THE CAR IS PRETTY OLD THAT WILL HAPPEN AND YES IT WILL SOUND LIKE A RUBBING NOISE MORE GRINDING BUT COULD SOUND LIKE RUBBING. YOU COULD JUST HAVE A WARPED ROTOR IS THERE A FLUCTUATION IN THE BRAKE PEDDAL WHEN YOU STEP ON IT TO STOP.? JACK UP THE CAR AND PUT SOMTHING BEHIND THE BACK WHEELS, PUT IT IN NEUTRAL AND SPIN THAT TIRE SEE IF YOU HERE ANYTHING...IF YOU DO MAYBE BEARING. DRIVE THE CAR AND SEE IF THE NOISE GETS WORSE WHEN YOU MAKE TURNS....CV JOINT GOOD LUCK............
First check to see if something is rubbing the tire like maybe a loose fender well. It could also be a wheel bearing.
This can be a defective left front wheel bearing. Can also be the tire is rubbing against the fender liner. Loose wheel will also cause this. Inspect everything.
Worn left front wheel bearing.
More than likely you have a defective left front wheel bearing. Inspect the bearing and also inspect the bearing on the right front. Inspect your brake pads if this is not the problem.
If a bearing is bad, You will hear a whining noise from the bad bearing. Try to listen if it is up front or back. The noise will get louder as you go faster. Turn left and right to determine what side the bad bearing is on. If you turn left and the noise gets louder, the right bearing is bad, turn right and the noise gets louder, the left bearing is bad.
It sounds like you have more probalem than wheel bearing. TAke it to a front end shop
might be the wheel or ball bearing of the tire.
Bad right front wheel bearing.
You have a failed front wheel bearing. Probably right side.
The right side hub/bearing assembly may be bad.
Most times, the squeaking and rubbing noises are caused by brake pad wear, but you say the brakes are fine. Otherwise, if by constant rotation speed you mean the squeaking/rubbing noise is present even when the brakes are not applied, you might want to get the wheel bearing inspected
If a 1999 Infiniti G20 is shaking on the right front side it could be a bad wheel bearing. The rotor on that side may need to be replaced if the wheel bearing is not the problem.
2. front left and front right.
the bearing is one non-dissasemblable unit, it has to be pressed out and in. best done by someone who has the right tools.
a humming sound usually heard on cornering, if heard when going left, its the right bearing and vice versa
My guess would be a bad wheel bearing up front.
The front wheel bearing on a 2001 Nissan Maxima is replaced by removing the wheel, prying off the bearing cover, and removing the retaining pin. The retaining nut can then be taken out, the calipers removed, and the rotor pulled to allow access to the bearing.
It is most likely the Wheel Bearing that is going bad.
If you hear a noise you suspect is a bad wheel bearing try this. While driving slowly turn the wheel sharply to the left. If the noise goes away your left front wheel bearing is bad. Now, turn sharply to the right. If the noise goes away you right front wheel bearing is bad. The only 100% sure fire way to know for sure is to remove the wheel bearing and inspect it.
More then likey it is either the left are right front wheel bearing that is bad.
The front hub and bearing assemblies are the same for left and right side.
I had a bad right front wheel bearing on my 2004 ford ranger 4X4. When the mechanic took it for a ride he swore it was the left front wheel bearing that was bad but when he got it on the lift it turned out to be the right front.300 dollars for the part and 85 dollars for the labor plus tax.
check to see if your wheel is rubbing up against something
Worn right front wheel bearing.