Question about Ford Expedition
There are about 7 or 8 things that can cause this, and each and every one of them is MOST serious. Here are a list of the possible causes. Please do not drive your car until this is fixed. You might also need to have it towed to a garage.
Here's the list.
You have two or more front wheel bearings. (Inner and Outer) could be one or two of those.
You have a drive axle it you have 4 wheel drive,. Could be a joint failed (or is failing).
You could have some brake pads worn out.
You could have a rotor falling apart.
Have someone who knows all about such things check this.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1998 Jimmy Grinding noise
Just had the same problem left front wheel bearing was gone in mine hope this helps should get it looked at rite away front wheel will seize and cause a lot of other damage
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
the hub bearing is bad.the reason it stops when you turn the wheel to the one side is because its taking presure off the bearing
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
CV joint has gotten debris and moisture inside. The CV boot is bad and not protecting the joint. Now its metal on metal grinding. This happens when turning as there is more pressure on the joint. Please fix this ASAP as it can be dangerous to drive on a bad CV joint. While I have seen people drive with a bad CV joint for over 4k miles, it is NOT recommended!
Posted on May 14, 2008
The first thing to check on a rattling noise is if going over minor bumps in the road if that is when it makes noise is a sway bar link, they make a rattling noise. If you raise that wheel up you might also want to try and wobble the wheel to be sure it is not a tie rod end or ball joint. Typically I run into the sway bar links or the sway bar bushings making the noise. However ive even seen it be a rock sitting on the strut plate.
Posted on Jul 24, 2010
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