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2004 sebring makes loud grinding noise when turning the steering wheel

Makes loud rubbing noise when turning wheel

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Check CV Joints and AXEL BEARINGS This is Common

Posted on Dec 09, 2009

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Make sure that the belt is not glazed and slipping on the pulley - they should both appear to be turning at the same speed. There is a chance that you have burned up the power steering pump and the noise you hear is the bearings complaining about the lack of lubricant they incurred.

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

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SOURCE: Humming noise comming from front left wheel area of 03 Sebring

it may be just sound of uneven wear of tyres

Posted on May 09, 2009

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the shaft itself cannot be lubricated. at the bottom of the steering column under the dash move the carpet out of the way as much as possilble and look at the rubber boot,spraying somm sylicone lube in there will get rid of a rubbing noise. if it is making a clunking noise when steering look at the tie rods for loosesness. if it clunks when hitting bumps look at the ball joints and more than likely the stabilizer bushings at the lower controlarms and the body where it is attatched are worn out,this is quite common..

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Check the brakes and wheel bearings.

Posted on Sep 16, 2010

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Rubbing or grinding noise in steering wheel


Hi, this could be a combination of many issues. i would check the following.

Check the strut mounts. there could be some damage here concerning the mounts. i would also check the control arm bushings as well. check for damage here. I would also inspect the CCV half Shaft as well. this is a known problem spot(re manufactured)CCT.

The last problem spot here will be the actual wheel bearings in the front. they may be worn or dry. this could cause the symptoms you stated as well.

you will find the issue in one or all of the above problem spots stated.

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