Its most likely a bad wheel bearing. this is surprisingly common on these (i"ve changed mine 3 times). look behind the suspect tire/wheel, you may actually be able to see it spreading apart (look toward the middle of the wheel, around the axle and compare it to how the other one looks). its actually really simple to change it.
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They may have damaged one of the ABS sensors in the front.
Take it back and have them check that their tech did not accidently unplug a sensor or damage it. What you think is grinding may be the abs coming on.
Hello i would check your wheel bearings or sometimes called bearing hub .Jack car up prop the car with axle stands now remove your tires and rotors once removed wiggle you bearing hub left to the right your bearing hub should have minimal play one side to the other is obvious the looser play hub will be your noise you have been experiencing.most people call this road noise.
If the noise is from in front of the L.F. tire then it sounds like this is from the Air Injection Blower. It runs when the engine is cols as part of the emissions system. The blower may be going bad and making more noise than before. You can see the blower easily by removing the plastic wheel well shield from the front wheel well after removing the tire.
Sounds like one of the springs that hold the rear brakes in place broke. Jack her up, pop off the tire, remove the drum and take a look. If you need to see what a good one looks like, look on the other side.
This is not a very common problem, but I saw it last year on a 69 chevelle.
C V Joints can make a lot of noises. Sounds to me like you either bent the inner fender or if it is plastic you may have pulled it loose and it looks normal but it is just sitting in place with the push pins out of their intended holes. When you turn and or hit a high speed it hits the wheel/tire. Try putting on some gloves and then pulling medium strength on the fender well and surrounding areas to see if that is the problem -
sounds like c/v axles (front drive shafts) they will make a clicking sound normally when turning sharp and accell at the same time at slow speeds / look at the axle boots and look for grease on the inside of the front wheels leaking out the axle boots