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Front of car squeals when turning .Feels like a tire was wobbly going on the highway. Real screachy sound ....any idea what may be going on it or possibilities ???

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There are several possible causes, varying in severity, that could be responsible:

  • Lack of power steering fluid
  • Bad or worn serpentine belt - would slip when turning causing a squeal and/or difficulty steering
  • Bad wheel bearings - this would cause the wheel to wobble, and squeal on turns
  • Bad ball joint(s)
  • Bad steering box

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