Question about 1993 Chrysler Concorde
I have a 2000 Cirrus with about 93K miles and lately it has developed a whirring noise in the front-end that increases in volume as the car goes faster. At first it sounded like a noisy tire but then I realized that the steering was becoming increasingly sloppy. I've also notice that the noise increases on left turns and goes away completely on right turns. To add to this, when the car is cold, cranking the wheel hard causes some binding. This binding seems to go away after a few miles on the road. My thoughts are CV joint but could this be a wheel bearing too? whinning in front wheel
It does sound like wheel bearing a cv joint dont make noise and then stop but you can jack the car up and in neutral try to shake the tire from side to side.to see if you have any play then turn the wheel by hand try to feel for roughness in bearing. let me know what you find. Phil.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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