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Grinding noise in front wheel in slow rolling gets a little low when going faster . i'm thinking that the wheel bearing may be worned out . can you please give me a bearing number ex. for ntn or other bearing manufacturer . thanks :-) hope to recieve an email from you as soon as posible

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I would check the brake pads and rotors, first. Tim

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Brakes make a whistle noise when applied and sometimes a low grown or grinding when coming to a slow stop or start.


A grinding or rumbling noise can also be symptoms of a wheel bearing or constant velocity joint in a driveshaft. A worn wheel bearing can also cause a 'whistling' sound (as can a worn CV joint).

A grinding noise with brakes is either worn pads causing metal to metal contact on the brake disk/rotor, or the brake backing plate catching on a spinning rotor ... or a loose/missing anti squeal brake shim (they stop the pads from rattling and vibrating).

However, as you say a mechanic has looked at the brakes and can't find anything wrong .. I think I would begin to suspect a wheel bearing or constant velocity joint on the driveshaft (front wheel drive cars).

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What is the reason for front grinding when turning


This due to either a worn wheel bearing or a worn front drive arm.

The most common cause of a grinding noise when turning is a worn front wheel bearing. What happens is that the weight of the car is shifted on to that wheel as you make the turn causing the worn bearing to make a grinding noise.

Jun 02, 2014 | 2003 Ford Focus

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2001 toyota corolla I have a loud roaring seens like it from the right front wheel.


THIS NOISE IS CAUSED BY A POSSIBLE WHEEL BEARING
WHEN YOU DRIVE THE VEHICLE YOU SHOULD HEAR A ROARING NOISE AND AS YOU GO FASTER THE NOISE WILL GET LOUDER AND WHEN YOU TURN THE WHEEL FROM SIDE TO SIDE THE NOISE WILL FADE IN AND OUT. THIS IS AN INDICATION THAT THE WHEEL BEARING IS BAD.
ALSO ANOTHER WAY WOULD BE TO JACK UP THE FRONT OF THE VEHICLE, BLOCK OFF THE REAR WHEELS SO THE CAR DOES NOT ROLL BACK ON YOU, THEN PUT THE CAR IN NEUTRAL AND GO TO THE WHEEL PUT YOUR HAND ON THE STRUT BASE AND SPIN THE TIRE WITH YOUR OTHER HAND YOU SHOULD FEEL A GRINDING NOISE. IF SO THE WHEEL BEARING ON THAT PARTICULAR SIDE IS BAD AND IT NEEDS TO BE CHANGED

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Grinding noise driver side front at low speed . have changed hub assembly goes away for a little while then comes back . can spin the hub and dont feel like bearing is bad. really getting to me


Did you recently swap tires from back to front. I had very annoying wheel bearing type noise and the tires were not noticeably worn (Bridgestones) but apparently some wear pattern was causing my noise. Swapped them back.

Feb 06, 2010 | 2000 Ford F250 Super Duty Crew Cabs

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Noise from front wheels when moving forward but not backwards.Its not a grinding noise or a squeal.sounds like metal on metal. my car is a honda civic est.


I think you might find its due to the front disc pads are worn down to the wear limit and need replacing NOW as the pads have a tell tale noise when ready for a change.
So jack it up and spin the wheel go from slow to faster and you will find it gets faster then its the pads.
Have a goodday RON

Nov 23, 2009 | 1997 Honda Civic

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Front wheel rub/grind not breaks


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

Dec 18, 2008 | 1997 Hyundai Accent

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Grinding noise in the left front wheel while turning right - gets more noticeable the harder the turn is. Checked tire clearance - no problem, but it's not a rubbing noise but a grinding noise. No problem...


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).

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