Rattling Noise From Front Wheel When Turning







Don't know about the squealing noise, doubt it would be the wheel bearings. Best thing to do is remove the wheel and start moving the sway bar end links up and down. But it doesn't make any clunking noise over bumps, and it's rotational, so I don't think it's tie-rod ends or steering linkage. Can't tell if it's the wheel bearings or coming from the drive shaft or somewhere else. Re: 2002 MAZDA PROTEGE Rattling noise 07/18/2009 11:52 PM The only way I've found the source of several rattles was to have someone tow the vehicle so I could differentiate the sounds without the engine noise and without need to pay attention to the road. Sound is similar to a pebble being shaken around in a hard plastic or tin can. When driving at slow speeds over bumpy terrain, there is a metallic rattling sound coming from the front driver's side wheel well. After 5 mins of driving I started to hear a metal dragging noise coming from the front passenger side. This could be a poorly secured heat shield, a loose muffler, broken hangers or ill fitting pipe gaskets. If the parts are not replaced, the car will also begin to bounce during turns. It only seems to happen whe turning left and only when the car is beeing driven. However, found many other possibilities inside the cabin and more so, around the foot well on the drivers side. SERVICE PROCEDURE 1. But it turned out the Brake Shield has "Outer Plate" (where the bolts are attached to) and "Inner Circle". The noise is most likely to occur when the steering wheel is straight ahead and sounds like it is in the suspension on the left side of the vehicle or directly in front of the driver. This in turn has to turn the. Currently it needs new front brakes (and probably rear brakes before winter) and a new A/C compression belt as the A/C makes a chirping/rattling noise when it’s turned on, but not sure if either of those issues have any impact on the noise it started making today: I was driving it. I believed that my noise was the front suspension rattle described in this thread when I first posted here (post 31) and said: "A few days ago, a right front suspension rattle/clunk that fits this description began occurring in my 13,000 mile P90D. So I have had this rattling for some time now and I just feel like it's getting a bit annoying and was wondering if anyone else has experienced this and has any advice on this. The noise is most likely to occur when the steering wheel is straight ahead and sounds like it is in the suspension on the left side of the vehicle or directly in front of the driver. Yesterday, I wanted to test out the 4 wheel drive since it has been awhile. My Ram 1500 has about 40k miles on it. It disappears when turning right, like in an S curve on the hig. Typically CV issues are most noticeable during “parking lot maneuvers” ie, slow full-turn while moving forward and backward. If your steering wheel is making a loud rubbing noise when turning, the culprit could be the upper bearing on the steering column itself. Noise when turning steering wheel left or Right 2012 Ody. This is the only car i ever owned that you hear gasoline splashing around the tank,when turning left or right the rear suspension squeaks,the transmission bucks like crazy when accelerating and decelerating!clunking noise from the front end. No problems on corners and flat straights. Pulled the front left wheel 10 minutes ago to triple-check the brakes and heat shields; all tight and rattle-free. If you're hearing a heavy rattling noise as you're driving, there may be a part in your lower suspension that is broken. not constant. Brakes have been completely redone with new calipers, hoses, pads, etc. Cabin needs to be nearly silent to hear it for me. I only really get it while stopped, low speed (sub 15-20), or sub ~35 if doing some really aggressive driving like autocross or something. The rattle has gotten progressively worse until it was always rattling, unless I was applying the brake. The XC90 proved to be very popular, and very good for Volvo's sales numbers, since its introduction in model year 2003 (North America). one was a cracking noise when I made a hard slow turn. Recently the noise came back (but not as bad as before), so I greased the new end links and tightened the upper strut bolts. I'm at 74k now. Initially thought to be rocks or stones stuck in brake shield. Everytime I turn the steering wheel to the right, a loud rattling noise comes from the offside (driver's side) front wheel. My 2013 Chrysler 300 with about 30,000 miles had the same problem. 2008 Vue, v6. It also makes the noise if the car is off and i move the steering wheel there is a clunk type noise. Noise when turning steering wheel left or Right 2012 Ody. Hey guys, i could use some help. only happens when i go over bumps and cracks in the road. It may not make any noise when there is no load on the engine and minimla to start with in gear. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic, who diagnosed that the front control arm and ball joints deteriorated. Front end turning clunks / noise One of the CV joints needed replaced so i hoped maybe that would fix it, no luck. Noise when turning left up front at slow speeds ,2010 This is my first post so bear with me. I have the 2011 Edge SEL with 47K miles and just started having a noise when turning the wheel while stopped or moving slowly. I Have a 2005 F150 V8 FX4 Lately I have been hearing two strange noises from my the undercarriage of my 150 This noise does not happen often but on some occasions (maybe once a week) I hear what sounds like a chain dragging or rattling under the truck. Steering wheel noise could be coming from a lot of different places. It was solved by replacing the bearings up front. Solution: Replace the starter motor. If you are driving in a straight line then noise would be coming from the drive train (transaxel, CV joints, brakes, hub bearing, etc. and right after ,that week after they were all replaced,i noticed that coming from the passenger side front end, there is a clunking/popping sound when i am in driving in parking lots with dips and holes ,going over speed bumps,making left or right turns,all at slow speeds. See our lemon odds and nada odds page to see vehicles with no repairs or vehicles with more than three repairs. Even if you turn the wheels when on a hoist and you dont hear any noise, that doesnt mean it isnt the brakes rubbing. The noise persists and the wheel still has some play. Rattling or clunking noises can also be heard, as well as loose steering or poor handling. Occasionally, worn brake pads can cause your car to make the noise when you brake. I had the same issue - rattling noise on acceleration until I got to 1,500 - 2,000 revs. A humming noise could indicate a wheel bearing starting to wear down, which after the impact the wheel incurred, would most likely be the problem. Had to drive over some very uneven terrain yesterday, and as I did, the front shocks seemed very mushy, and making a kind of "shush-shush" noise. So it doesnt matter what temp or what kind of weather, moving or stationary, i have a clicking noise when turning my wheel in either direction. only when turning, only hitting bumps, etc. If I grab the wheel at 12 oclock and turn it a quarter left or right, it starts to whine like a car is backing up. Recently took my 04 into the shop to have the right front wheel bearing replacedbecause that is where the noise was coming from, the right side. Often when turning, straightening up into a parking space, or even just driving down the road. Both front shocks are tight and the sway bar bushings are good. It is not a rubbing sound and is not a front or rear tire rubbing against the body. Doesn’t matter if I’m accelerating, braking, cruising, turning or driving straight. Also makes noise when i turn very sharp to the right. As you drive, the cover moves about on the wheel, producing a squeak which may or may not be accompanied by a rattle. I've had this clunking noise in my front suspension for the past few years and have just ignored it (because I couldn't figure out what's causing it). The contact owns a 2006 Chrysler Sebring. SOURCE: Vibration/Rattling on right side during high speeds I had a similar problem. Wheel bearings can also emit a clicking noise, but so can rear drum brakes and failed drum brake shoes. Made the same rattling noise; bearings. A CV joint is a special type of universal joint that transmits the rotary power from a sh. The dealer change automatic transmission and differential, but the noise continu. This just started (or I noticed it) two days ago while driving to campus. Are you guys sure that it is that? Because I knew of the suspension problem before this and was a different sound. (constant velocity joint - replaced the universal joint on front wheel drive cars) Easy enough to check most times. It is a loud clunk and rattle heard stronger in the pass side and can be felt through the foor boards. Exterior wise, I think it stuns, especially in the Infrared color that I chose. i see this problem all the time. I just had everything serviced about a month ago and have rode a few times since with no issues. Reply 1: this sounds more like a. After locking the hubs and shifting to 4 wheel drive, I started driving. To me, if the problem was NOT happening before, based on the vid you posted noise, I would say brake interference/warp. I did the driver's side first and the the passenger side. Noise from the center bushings will stop whenever the steering wheel is turned a little to one side. I have a 2008 Outback with under 100K miles. This only occurs when the wheels are pointing to the right, and not when the steering wheel is turned right to bring the car back to a straight line after steering to the left. Even if you turn the wheels when on a hoist and you dont hear any noise, that doesnt mean it isnt the brakes rubbing. A sound like a bolt is vibrating banging together. I'm at 74k now. My 2007 Nitro SLT has developed a front end noise that only shows up while turning fairly hard to the right. I have a 2001 Toyota Highlander, V6 AWD with 207k miles. 2001-Lexus LS430-Now every once in a while I hear a single clunk coming from the left front wheel. What it means: If you have a front-wheel-drive or all-wheel drive vehicle and hear this sound when you turn or corner (but the noise stops when you steer straight) one or both of the constant velocity (CV) joints on your front axle could need replacing. Jack up one rear wheel at time. Front end turning clunks / noise One of the CV joints needed replaced so i hoped maybe that would fix it, no luck. china is'nt capable of building good bearings yet. Only seems to happen, or at least it's more noticeable when turning right. To see how frequently Chevrolet Traverse problems occur, check out our car reliability stats. Today I road it and heard a rattle sound in the back of bike. It also makes the noise if the car is off and i move the steering wheel there is a clunk type noise. Bad fan clutch. Audi front wheel bearing. Furnace Making a Clicking Noise. What Makes Noise When Turning the Steering Wheel? Subaru Noise when Turning Clicking Noise when Turning Steering Wheels Custom Front End Noise when Turning Steering Wheel Restoration Steering Wheel Removal Steering Wheel Shakes when Driving. Hearing a rattling sound front right when 1st driving car (low speed and backing up). Re: Sudden Grinding Noise In Front-End! Post by mmsstar » Tue Jan 14, 2014 1:46 pm The "Dragging" issue is likely to be the "Traction Control Bug" This usually happens when starting and making a turn as when comming out of a parking lot on to the parallel roadway. When you put the car on the ground and put a load on the vehicle, everything changes. Less plastic will help reduce any rattling noise (it is not perfect) and sharpen the interior look even more. Rattle noise coming from front Air Suspension (2017-18) the suspension on the highest setting and turning the wheel all the way in one direction. It only seems to happen whe turning left and only when the car is beeing driven. My 2006 Sebring Convertible's front end (driver's side) rattled terribly for over a year (no money for mechanic). It fixed the problem. After playing hell trying to find what it was, I took it to the dealer and had them look at it. 2001-Lexus LS430-Now every once in a while I hear a single clunk coming from the left front wheel. CV axle replacement. Yesterday @ the beach when leaving I noticed while in 4 wheel drive as I would speed up a loud clicking noise or sound is present. I have a 2010 Italia that has a noise/rattle in the rear of the car that occurs only when I turn sharply right or left at slow speeds (at least that's the only time I can hear it). If you're hearing a heavy rattling noise as you're driving, there may be a part in your lower suspension that is broken. it sounds like something is loose like a bolt or something. sounds like a rotation grind - rotors (twice), calipers on each front wheel, the hub assemblies, on the front. Usually a wheel bearing is a steady noise that increases with vehicle speed not a rotating noise, what you might be hearing is uneven tire tread noise. Anybody have a. Usually a rattling noise or a type of clicking when turning is related to your CV joint being bad. I had the "locking up" feeling when turning the wheel on my previous 2005MY 3. 2008 Vue, v6. Today, I first noticed some rattling noise on the driver side while I was driving on a parking lot with slightly uneven surface. Step 3 - Check lower suspension for damaged/broken parts. Only at slow speeds, then it went away. Also makes noise when i turn very sharp to the right. Ranger & B-Series - HELP ! 2003 Ranger rattling front end suspension noise, REWARD for info ! - Problem solved, thanks Wp120470 ! Let me know if you have a Paypal account. The noise happens as soon as I begin to turn the wheel. I took it in to a local Hyundai dealership and they informed. Most likely y the noise is a wheel bearing, it may sound different because it's in the rear, there really is no common sound for a wheel bearing because there are many different styles. I used hawk pads and centric rotors and replaced both sides. Audi front wheel bearing. 2013 Ford Explorer Limited/ Clunking Noise coming from front end!!!! I am posting this because there is really no posts about the clunking noise problem I had with my 2013 Explorer. A humming noise could indicate a wheel bearing starting to wear down, which after the impact the wheel incurred, would most likely be the problem. I've been having a knocking noise from my front end. Rattling in driverside front end. If you notice some clunks, knocks or squeaks when you turn the steering wheel, something in the system is causing friction that needs attention; if you notice moaning or whining, the issue is likely to be in your power steering system. Had a similar right turn while going off the highway and same noise came up. There was a problem with a control arm bushing so i had both replaced and at the same time they did the ball joints and stabiliser link bars, no luck. A quick way to see if a front wheel drive vehicle has worn out CV joints is to drive the car in a tight circle and listen for a clicking sound. Hello Guys, Hope all is well. Does it vary with the steering wheel, the speed of your turn, or what gear you're in? jack the front of the. You turn the steering wheel side to side and watch the joints, and they are not even moving, but there is enough play in them to allow the tie rod to rotate somewhat freely while driving. The noise sounds like it is coming from the front right area. I had 2 noise issues from up front. Unless you have a locker and then it should move in the same direction. The Noise is the same with 2H 4A 4H positions. Specifically it is the friction between these two pieces that generates noise. While on a recent trip to Arizona I was going about 20 to 25 mph slowing in traffic for a stop light. I had a clunking noise in mine that drove me nuts, I finally found it, it was the battery holder casement, it was not fastened securely and as I would turn, no matter how slowly, it would roll and clunk against the door to that compartment. I don't feel anything in the steering wheel. A1: There is a splash plate protecting the brake rotor. what i have heard is a squeaky odd kind of sound from the grease seal when things get dry and crusty. It runs great, never had any major mechanical issues. My 2013 Chrysler 300 with about 30,000 miles had the same problem. I had a tin can noise coming from my driver front wheel tonight. I continued to drive the car and it was fine. How to replace CV axle in your car DIY with Scotty Kilmer. Often when turning, straightening up into a parking space, or even just driving down the road. I have regreased it once and am going to do it again this weekend, but this is a different noise, I can only hear out the window, and it comes from the drivers front wheel. Inside, bolstered front sport seats are functional pieces of art and come with standard heating and optional ventilation. So, got a new pads yesterday and replaced all front pads, but no. Re: Clunk/pop noise from front end when turning at low speed Jun 19 2015, 5:18pm With the engine idling, have a helper turn the steering wheel from full right to full left and observe the upper ball joints. If the parts are not replaced, the car will also begin to bounce during turns. I recently noticed a subtle popping noise on the front end while traveling at low speeds (taking bumps) and while turning. If you don't hear the noise meaning there is the force from the breaking holding it tight you are pretty much sure it's the tension struts. You turn the steering wheel side to side and watch the joints, and they are not even moving, but there is enough play in them to allow the tie rod to rotate somewhat freely while driving. However, switching from load to no load on decel can cause noise if the bolts are loose. Hi everyone, I have an 06 WRX with about 79k miles on it and when I turn the wheel towards the drivers side I hear a loud grinding noise that sounds like it is coming from passenger side. Like the other answers suggested, it is most likely a failing Constant Velocity joint (CV joint). A1: There is a splash plate protecting the brake rotor. Mazda Buyers Guide -- 1997 Mazda MX5 Miata 2dr Conv Leather Pkg Manual pricing, mpg, engine, transmission. After research on internet i think the problem is the front galiper who create a vibration on the disc wheel and the vibration frequence follow the front axle until interio. When out of four wheel drive there is no problem or noise whatsoever. I just replaced a front bearing thinking it was making that noise (the wheel was very loose, with a lot of in and out movement) but that noise is still there. Corvette: The Ultimate Rattling Noise Guide. Typically this presents as a distinct ‘clicking’ noise. For example, if you think the noise is coming from a wheel, install a different one (ask to borrow a friend's if you don't have a spare) and see if the noise goes away. Currently it needs new front brakes (and probably rear brakes before winter) and a new A/C compression belt as the A/C makes a chirping/rattling noise when it's turned on, but not sure if either of those issues have any impact on the noise it started making today: I was driving it. The dealer had the car for a week trouble shooting it before they replaced the Rack and Pinion Assembly under warranty. It does make the usual chain sound but has a rattle noise that sounds like it is coming from the middle of the rear rim. A finger-snapping, popping or clicking sound when you turn. 2001-Lexus LS430-Now every once in a while I hear a single clunk coming from the left front wheel. I have a 2010 ls460 with just about 10,000 miles. Rattling Sound When Accelerating At Low Speed. I've recorded a video clip. Now when driving through small gutters when making turns around town it has a noticeable rattle. Jack up one rear wheel at time. Noticed that a noise that has slowly developed and got worse the past week and seems to be coming from my drivers side front wheel arch. It made the noise at a slow speed down gravel driveways. This creates a rattling noise. I do still have a "clunking" noise and have resorted to the fact that it is the front brake pads moving ever so slightly (normal). Today, I first noticed some rattling noise on the driver side while I was driving on a parking lot with slightly uneven surface. So I have had this rattling for some time now and I just feel like it's getting a bit annoying and was wondering if anyone else has experienced this and has any advice on this. When I accelerate hard I get this noise from left front wheel. FWIW - We've had a front end noise heard only when turning the wheel (both directions) for a few years now on my wife's '06 9-5 sport combi. Sounds like worn cv joint from a fwd car. With the right techniques and tips, it's something that you can handle without making a trip to the dealership. I figured it out when our work parking lot was re-sealed and was very shiny, One day when it was wet I could hear and feel the wheels breaking free and front end jerking when I back out of my parking spot with the wheels cranked all the way. If you are trying to reduce the furnace noise, you can cut down on the sound coming off of it by insulating the furnace room walls with rock wool. Grab the wheel at 12 and 6 and try rocking it back and forth (wheel bearing check), then at 3 and 9 and do it again to check the tie rods. It's a new on for me. The noise occurs when I go over any uneven surface. Please welcome our newest Ella contributor, Annie May. Exact same noise coming from mineI'm lifted now but noticed it when bone stock. My 2000 ML 430 just started making a binding noise from the left front wheen when turning corners. This loud grinding noise happens when the car is turned on and in park. Don't know about the squealing noise, doubt it would be the wheel bearings. 5 V6 with 78,000 miles. Rattling noise from front? He was turning left in front of me, and I almost got by him but his front right bumper (08 Mitsu Galant) impacted my right rear wheel. The frequency of the sound goes up with wheel speed. I put the van up on ramps thinking that there might be an issue with the splash guards (my wife has had issues in parking lots with the splash guards. 1-clicking sound when turning the steering wheel left and right while parked, 2-rattling sound over road cracks esp on the left front wheel. While on a recent trip to Arizona I was going about 20 to 25 mph slowing in traffic for a stop light. I put the van up on ramps thinking that there might be an issue with the splash guards (my wife has had issues in parking lots with the splash guards. Only happens when i turn the wheel, if i keep it steady on a turn or bend it's fine, until i move it again. This creates a rattling noise. However, on the way home while coasting to a stop light and going over some mildly rough road, I noticed a rattling noise coming from the front left (drivers side) wheel/dash area (not sure if it was in the wheel well or in the dash but thinking wheel well). My 2013 Chrysler 300 with about 30,000 miles had the same problem. This is a HUGE VICTORY for me and from what I hear I’m not alone in this search. I have a 2013 Ford Taurus Limited 3. Replace sway bar 1st. The frequency of the sound goes up with wheel speed. Today, I was making a right turn on a rather bumpy road at the speed of 15-20 miles(a 90 degree turn), the left front side has this rattling noise which I felt like some was loose and bumping into each other. Steering wheel noise could be coming from a lot of different places. So what's about car makes noise when accelerating at low speed on the road?The rattling noise appears when you start speeding up from 0 to maybe 30 or 40 mph and then disappear after car speed surpasses 40 mph. Generally, wheel-cover noises are light, intermittent and high-pitched. Cabin needs to be nearly silent to hear it for me. It does it in 2 or 4 wheel drive. I bought my 2016 mustang in Oct 2015. Everytime I turn the steering wheel to the right, a loud rattling noise comes from the offside (driver's side) front wheel. This morning I stood by the front right tire with the hood up, while I had someone turn the steering wheel back and forth about 180 degrees. (CX-5 and Mazda6) stick/slip between the front strut bearing and coil spring. A humming noise could indicate a wheel bearing starting to wear down, which after the impact the wheel incurred, would most likely be the problem. Replace sway bar 1st. The frequency of the sound goes up with wheel speed. Just lift the front end, remove both tires and it is all right there. I have regreased it once and am going to do it again this weekend, but this is a different noise, I can only hear out the window, and it comes from the drivers front wheel. I just replaced a front bearing thinking it was making that noise (the wheel was very loose, with a lot of in and out movement) but that noise is still there. It is also felt in steering wheel. There are other possibilities, but this is the most likely. I just watched the video too, and i'm second guessing myself on the strut bushing. Re: Sudden Grinding Noise In Front-End! Post by mmsstar » Tue Jan 14, 2014 1:46 pm The "Dragging" issue is likely to be the "Traction Control Bug" This usually happens when starting and making a turn as when comming out of a parking lot on to the parallel roadway. The mechanic was able to duplicate it when I was in the car with him and told him how to recreate it. I have already had it in 3 times for a noise up front on the left side when tuning left. I have replaced the Left Hub Assembly 3 times (Right Side once), Cleaned and vacuum tested Both Front Actuators, Replaced Left Axle Shaft Assembly, Installed New Rotors and Pads, and still the same Axle Bearing Noise that starts around 10 mph and gets quiet around 70mph plus. It disappears when turning right, like in an S curve on the hig. The noise occurs when I go over any uneven surface. Brakes have been completely redone with new calipers, hoses, pads, etc. Solution: Replace the starter motor. Can't tell if it's the wheel bearings or coming from the drive shaft or somewhere else. Often when turning, straightening up into a parking space, or even just driving down the road. Please welcome our newest Ella contributor, Annie May. When turning left, and only left, there is a grinding noise from the right front. Recently the noise came back (but not as bad as before), so I greased the new end links and tightened the upper strut bolts. I've noticed that the wheel has more play when you hold it at 3 & 9, and feels pretty secure at 12 & 6. The following day, there was a rattle noise coming from the front wheel N/S wheel arch. To see how frequently Chevrolet Traverse problems occur, check out our car reliability stats. ACTION Follow the Service Procedure steps to correct the condition. Again, not an issue turning either way--noise is at its greatest going straight and turning left, with maybe a slight decrease in volume turning right (front right wheel. It fixed the problem. Loose heat shields will rattle when the holes around the mounting screws corrode away. Yesterday @ the beach when leaving I noticed while in 4 wheel drive as I would speed up a loud clicking noise or sound is present. Try to turn each. You really need to check the TC to flexplate bolts and get a good look at the them to see if they are walking in the holes. Low speed or highway, any little bump or just wheel rolling across a parking lot I would hear the rattle. But it doesn't make any clunking noise over bumps, and it's rotational, so I don't think it's tie-rod ends or steering linkage. Noticed that a noise that has slowly developed and got worse the past week and seems to be coming from my drivers side front wheel arch. However, found many other possibilities inside the cabin and more so, around the foot well on the drivers side. hey everybody i was hoping someone could help me out, i got a loud grinding, metal on metal sounding noise coming from my driver side front wheel on my 03 tacoma. Sadly, got a problem already :( When going over a bump there's a metallic clanking noise, a rattle, coming from the drivers side front. I counting 5-10 clicks in whole turn, sometimes slowly after each,sometimes rapidly,depending how fast you turning the wheel. The problem was a mysterious front end popping noise emanating from the front drivers side suspension area of my 96 Auto TT. I have a 2003 1500 Z71 Silverado and I recently have noticed a grinding/clicking/popping noise in the front left wheel while in a slow roll, especially while turning a sharp left. 1995-2003 S10 & Blazer Front End Clunk Pop Fix!!! I have clunk/knock type of noise that is pretty much exclusive to turning. Even if you turn the wheels when on a hoist and you dont hear any noise, that doesnt mean it isnt the brakes rubbing. cv axle and is that pricey. Its literally one after another. Noise from front-end while turning My turn to ask the question "What noise is this?" After I turn the steering wheel when the car is moving (after about 1 turn of the wheel), I hear taktaktaktaktaktak from the front-end. Most of the time, that noise is simply the sound of your brake dust shield rubbing against the rotor. Just purchased 2010 Traverse Lt AWD. Under normal circumstances, no steering wheel makes noise when turning. Re: Sudden Grinding Noise In Front-End! Post by mmsstar » Tue Jan 14, 2014 1:46 pm The "Dragging" issue is likely to be the "Traction Control Bug" This usually happens when starting and making a turn as when comming out of a parking lot on to the parallel roadway. I can feel it in the floorboard when. What's this rattling noise coming from my car whenever I turn? I'm driving a 2004 Chevy Malibu Classic, and every time I make a turn, the front rattles. Re: Grinding, rattling noise while braking and turning Sounds like the pads are gone. It does it in 2 or 4 wheel drive. If so, your symptoms are indicating a possible CV Joint problem. Going forward 11 months, the rattling sound was back with the same symptoms. I am having some grinding, scraping noise coming from my front drivers side wheel when I turn my steering wheel to the right. Isolating the cause of rattles can be the difference between an enjoyable Sunday drive and your worst on-road nightmare. Anyway I took it in to have it checked yesterday, they heard the noise, gave me a loaner and today replaced both front stabilizer/sway bar links. It can be heard quite well. Re: Clicking noise from front wheel when turning - CV Joint?? – 29-05-2012, 01:33 AM Well, I made an appoitment with the dealer today and she's in tomorrow for a quick going over and a test drive with one of the techs. by Kristian #562 (20/10/01) Please read the Disclaimer before attempting any work in this FAQ. Fiesta has been behaving well until lately. I just replaced a front bearing thinking it was making that noise (the wheel was very loose, with a lot of in and out movement) but that noise is still there. It makes the noise a little when going straight or a little right pressure on the wheel. What's this rattling noise coming from my car whenever I turn? I'm driving a 2004 Chevy Malibu Classic, and every time I make a turn, the front rattles. Hi my name is Kris carter I own ix35 I have couple of issues clicking noise when turning steering wheel and rattling noise when going over bumps. When driving at slow speeds over bumpy terrain, there is a metallic rattling sound coming from the front driver's side wheel well. Remove the rear wheel and inspect the brakes for proper operation. A quick way to see if a front wheel drive vehicle has worn out CV joints is to drive the car in a tight circle and listen for a clicking sound. Mine was clicking the first year I had the car and the dealer fixed it at an oil change. Both front shocks are tight and the sway bar bushings are good. FWIW - We've had a front end noise heard only when turning the wheel (both directions) for a few years now on my wife's '06 9-5 sport combi. If you can, you should test your garage door and listen while it operates to see if you can figure out what’s making the noise. If I grab the wheel at 12 oclock and turn it a quarter left or right, it starts to whine like a car is backing up. Wheel bearings can also emit a clicking noise, but so can rear drum brakes and failed drum brake shoes. section) since they were leaking and noticed there was a little play in them. Hello all, I just replaced my front struts and shocks on my 08 nitro sxt 4x4 because every time I would go over small bumps it would make a rattling noise coming from the front ,I tightened everything back up and now have a stiffer better suspension in the front but when I drove it around to test it, I can still hear a rattling noise coming from the driver side, when I drive down the highway. by Kristian #562 (20/10/01) Please read the Disclaimer before attempting any work in this FAQ. Re: Update on rattling/clunking noise front end I've had a creaking, clunking, knocking, whatever you want to call it coming from the passenger side front wheel area only when I am turning the wheel to the right for as long as I can remember. 1999 to 2016 Super Duty - F-250 Front Wheel Rattle/Clicking - 2004 F-250 FX4 SB 5. resecured harness. You can hear it best right before and after I pan to the steering wheel. My 2006 Sebring Convertible's front end (driver's side) rattled terribly for over a year (no money for mechanic). I just watched the video too, and i'm second guessing myself on the strut bushing. I also just repacked my inner CV boots with grease (as per kmverter's post in the maint. If the noise is a groaning or creaking, it can be improved by lubricating the rubber joints in the suspension system. Upon making a turn, there was a loud noise coming from the front end of the vehicle and the steering wheel. If the parts are not replaced, the car will also begin to bounce during turns. With the rattle if your sorted the towers, the other place to look on the VY is the aircon suction pipe it runs from the front NS chassis rail up under coolant bottle & PCM. My 2005 Trailblazer is making noise when turning to the right. Rattling noise when turning. A quick way to see if a front wheel drive vehicle has worn out CV joints is to drive the car in a tight circle and listen for a clicking sound. Less plastic will help reduce any rattling noise (it is not perfect) and sharpen the interior look even more. If your steering wheel is making a loud rubbing noise when turning, the culprit could be the upper bearing on the steering column itself. My 2013 Chrysler 300 with about 30,000 miles had the same problem. Yesterday @ the beach when leaving I noticed while in 4 wheel drive as I would speed up a loud clicking noise or sound is present. 1 cause of belt noise is misalignment. I had a clunking noise in mine that drove me nuts, I finally found it, it was the battery holder casement, it was not fastened securely and as I would turn, no matter how slowly, it would roll and clunk against the door to that compartment. Popping, Knocking, or Creaking in the Front While Turning at Low Speeds in the 2012 TSB thread. When I turned the wheel all the way and drove (like making a tight turn) I got a cluncking sound and felt a slight "shift" in the truck (like something had dropped). Bad fan clutch. It also happens when I turn right faster at the intersection because there is more pressure on that wheel. Heck, now I will feel/hear the clunking sometimes when I start the car in a parking lot if I am facing upwards on a hill, when that happens if I don't move the car yet and rev the engine to ~1000-1200rpm I will hear/feel the clunking sound. This is a HUGE VICTORY for me and from what I hear I’m not alone in this search. Whether your car has clunks, creeks, crunching, clicking or whining, we'll walk you through each one of these noises and tell you what they mean for your vehicle and what you need to do to take care of the problem. If you have a bad wheel bearing, it will typically get louder while you're turning and the vehicle's weight starts leaning on that bearing.