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I heard the noise even the time is short to get clear noise location but I believe the noise is coming from the side of the pulleys rotating with the outside belts. Probably the tensioner is the problem with the bearing driver. If you have two belts driven by different pulleys remove the one start the engine and check for any difference, if not try the other one by doing the same.
a leak under the motor can be from many places, first check the top parts,, most the time its a valve cover leaking, sometimes it just needs to be tightened from many miles of vibration, they loosen up, if that checks out ok, try underneath ,, the oil pan gasket and the oil filter seal ,
How old are your tires? The factory installed Geolandars are garbage. A broken radial belt in one of your front tires could be the culprit. A free, but labor intensive test is to raise one side of the car with 2 jacks, swap front and rear tires, then do the other side. See if the vibration and nois move to the back. If it does, then the problem is with the tire. Sometimes you can feel around the outer circumference of the tire and locate the bulge where the broken belt is. Hope this helps.
That sounds like a left front wheel bearing gone bad My friend.. turning right transfers weight to the left side and it probably has a roar similar to a turbo fan jet.. Try it and lemmie know.. thank you