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MAKES A CREAKING NOISE OUT OF THE RIGHT SIDE WHEN TURNING LEFT.

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Put vehicle on a lift and do a visual inspection. Use a long pry bar and pry on suspension parts that are effected when your making a left turn. Anything that is worn replace. Don't forget alignment if your doing job yourself. If your sending the job out to a shop tell their Suspension Tech the problem.

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ball joints or tie rod

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SOURCE: when turning left or right steering makes a creaking noise

This sound is coming from your strut. Sometimes they will get water in the seals, or dirt, and they will start creaking exactly as you describe. This isn't a big problem unless you can't live with it, and if this is the case, just replace the strut on that side. When the car bounces when you press on that side, then you need to worry about that strut, but otherwise, it's ok.

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SOURCE: 2000 Lincoln makes creaking noise when turning

You should go to a front-end alignment place and have them check the Balljoints and tierod ends. Some of the front wheel drive cars have Upper strut bearings and Constant Velocity joints.

When you hear the creaking sounds it means the parts are rusty and rubbing together. They are considered "Lubed for Life" and if they are dry and rusty their life is gone.

These parts hold the 2 front wheels together so they both turn with the wheel. The Balljoints hold the weight of the car and are the framework for the wheels.

Poor alignment caused by worn parts will destroy tires early. It is not something to ignore but it is possible only 1 part is bad out of many. It is customary to align the wheels after front end work. Some front wheel drive cars need periodic alignment on the back wheels too. So you can believe this if a shop suggests it.

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SOURCE: 1996 mustang gt makes a reking noise when turning

There are several possible causes to your problem.

Most likely it is a ball joint.
A bad strut mount will make a similar noise. Sometimes dirt/rust in-between the strut spring and the rubber insulators can cause a creak.
If the environment is really dry or the rubber bushings on the car are really old, they can cause a creaking noise.

I would have it checked out because if it is a ball joint, it will eventually cause uneven tire wear and can even separate, resulting in total loss of control of the vehicle.

Posted on Jun 04, 2010

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