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This due to either a worn wheel bearing or a worn front drive arm.
The most common cause of a grinding noise when turning is a worn front wheel bearing. What happens is that the weight of the car is shifted on to that wheel as you make the turn causing the worn bearing to make a grinding noise.
Sounds like a left front wheel bearing...a must check for safety...usually a free check at the best shops. Could also be a worn out brake pad/rotor dragging...again a free inspection but please have checked. The difference when turning sound points toward the wheel bearing:( Hope this helps.
1- front wheel bearing hub loose or loose axle nut 2- front shock(s) 3- ball joint(S) 4- lower control arm bushing(s) all of these things can be checked by a professional in about 15 minutes and should be relatively painless financially
sounds like ball joint, take it on an area where u can fully turn in a circle and listen for knocking, see if u here it when driving in a straight line, if not chances are it ur ball joint,
also jack car up on side it knocks and see if there slight play in the wheel when u woble it side to side
The knocking noise sounds like it could be a CVjoint going out. This noise only happens when turning I assume? That would be another shop fix because Ican not tell you on here how to replace it but it needs to get done right away. As far as the seat goes. Could you move it back into the correct place with the operating buttons after it moved you? Was there a chance you setyour purse or some other object down by the control switch that made it move?
if the noise only happens when turning and accelerating, probally a failed CV joint, this is on the drive shaft from the gearbox to the front wheels, look under the front of the car behind the wheels there is a shaft with a big rubber boot on it, if the boot is split open and grease everywhere then that joint is stuffed and will require new one.
Have you check the driv aksel on left and right side, if you have a bad drive shaft , you shall hear a noise specily if you turn the steering to full right ore left. And so can you check the drive shaft betwen the aksel and the reduction gearbox.Have you check the oil in the front diff , if the are metall partikel in the oil? if the are mettal partickle in the oil , you must check the diff