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When i turn to the right i hear and feel an almost grinding sound ive checked everythin even changed the half shafts what do you think it is

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    same problem when turning right , hear a extremely loud grinding sound. wheel is rubbing the inside of the fender weld

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I believe i had a similar problem, and it ended up being the wheel bearings on the front right wheel. eventually the sound when from when i turned right to when i drove it all the time. Hope that helps

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Are they clicking sounds that have turned to grinding? If so, check your CV joints.

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