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When I turn to the right I have a grinding noise

My scion xb has only one problem. When I turne to the right there is a grinding noise that seems to be coming from the front passengers wheel. It is not the same noise like when the cv joints are going out. There is no clicking or "jerking" when a turn is made. When you turn to the right the sound is almost like if something is scraping.... but there is nothing there. Any ideas?

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  • Anonymous Dec 30, 2008

    My 2006 Scion Xb started to make strange noise while making sharp right turn at slow speed. It sounds like door hinges that need lubrication. It only occurs once a while. Should I have it checked or wait until it make more noises?

  • Angelo Attard
    Angelo Attard May 11, 2010

    jack front of car up and check if wheel is loose or wheel bearing is loose



    remove your wheel and look for any shinny scrap marks on the



    brake rotors and on the inside of the wheel

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Could possibly be brake or wheel bearing issue.

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