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My Chevy surburbon 03 1500 is macking a nose coming from the front left wheel

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Possible wheel bearing or brakes

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Check for a loose wheel..take the wheel and shake it(while jacked up off the ground) rotate it and look behind it for any loose hardware bad bearings or anything you can see that makes noise or dont look right..repost with findings,, thnx

Posted on Jan 19, 2013

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SOURCE: squeeling nose from front left wheel

either brake squeal indicating worn out pad or bearings going out. Had bearing go out in a Cav once before and made this hidious noise.

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SOURCE: In my 2003 Saturn Vue, whenenver I turn the wheel

moz-screenshot.jpgThere is a TSB for your complaint from Saturn: Here's the jist of it.

Condition: Some customers may comment on a squeak or squeal noise coming from the base of the steering column while turning vehicle.
Cause: The squeak or squeal noise may be caused by insufficient lubrication of the intermediate steering shaft-to rubberboot- contact area.
you may be able to get it warrantied through saturn. this is the TSB #
#03-02-34-002

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SOURCE: grinding nose left front wheel

If the noise occurs when you press the brake its your disc pads that needs changing. If Its always there all the time when driving,then its your bearing that needs replacing , if it intensify's when turning then its the velocity joints. I'm sure one of those if your problem and i gave the scenarios for each, in any case be sure that one of those needs replacing.If you need more help let me know I'll be happy to help how I can.

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SOURCE: gringing nose left front wheel.

Is this a front wheel drive car? If so, the noise may well be from a CV joint coming apart. Given the extent of parts you have replaced, not much is left. Also might look to see if something is rubbing on a part of the rotating wheel / hub assembly.

Posted on May 07, 2011

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