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There is a whooshing sound when I turn left in my 2005 Corolla. Almost like liquid is shifting from one side to another. It almost sounds like a it's sucking air. Barely makes this noise on gentler turns. It does not make any noise when I turn off my ac, so I know it has something to do with that. No strange sounds when driving straight or stopping. Please help me!

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The heater box may be retaining water condensed by the evaporator. Find the drain hose on the engine compartment side and clean it out with a long screwdriver.

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I have a 2002 Olds van and it also makes a noise under the front driver wheel well. Mine was mostly when I hit potholes or large dips causing the shocks to compress. The problem is a metal to metal contact between a bushing lip and the suspension. On this side, the bushing is manufactured opposite of the passenger side. The lip is up and causes the two metal pieces to rub. I had to grind down the lip so it would be like the other side. All is better now. I'm not sure if this is where your noise is coming from since it gets louder with speed. I would assume yours is a bearing. Sorry.

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May be CV-joint going. Have a look at boot for hole that dirt may have been getting in damaged it. Never hurts to inspect brakes while wheel is off.

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jack car just enough to take the weight off the road wheel, then using a tyre iron, see if theres any movement in any bushes,only try this on the flat with bricks under the chassis frame just in case....

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AC COMPRESSOR PULLEY BEARING GOING BAD.

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