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My 1998 audi a6 makes a noise

When i turn it makes a noise almost sounds like something is rubbing on the tires but i'm pretty sure its louder than just tires.... My dad thinks it could be a belt... any1 have that problem?

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  • Jaimecasas1 May 11, 2010

    If it is the rear that is making the noise it could be the Brakes. Pads or Shoes. Or it could be the bearing or the gear teeth are scared or nicked.

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I believe it is the lower front wishbone that is too dry in the joint. Ask someone to put a hand at the wishbone while turning the steering wheel back and forth. The person will immediately feel wether it is this or not, by small vibrations and nois from it.

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