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there is a problem with the steering shaft going to gear box 2 out of 10 trucks have this problem gmc and chevy ive done a few, its a dealer part, replace that first then see if the other rubbing noise is there, but the knock noise is the shaft, i had 2 with about that mileage they were out of warranty, good luck start there first.
You didn't specify if your vehicle is 2- or 4-wheel drive.
If 4 wheel, you may have a failing contstant velocity joint which, when having developed worn spots in the cage can cause the noise you describe.
Typically, turning the wheel back and forth can cause the noise to become less or more loud and often the combination of a specific speed and driving a certain curve radius can cause the noise to nearly disappear or become more pronounced.
Check under the front wheels for plastic inner wheel arches that have come loose and rubbing on the tyers also the under tray under the bottom of the engine may be also loose and rubbing on the road.hope this helps
is the steering over locking,and catching the track rod end
is it a wheel balancing wieght catching on the steering jiont
is it the hub bearing /flange worn or loose
is the brake caliper loose
are the brake pads low
is the back plate catching on the brake disc
grinding on front wheel is caused by 2 things.
a bad or loose wheel bearing,or worn out brakes, have them both checked
You might also want to check the level of fluid in the power steering
reservoir - low or lack of fluid will also cause a noise (although more of a
whining than a grinding).