Faint to loud humming noise while driving and turning...
There is a faint to loud humming noise while driving and turning... Also while in park.., if I turn the wheel all the way to the left or right it makes a faint to loud squelling noise... the noise seems to be coming from the left drivers side.. My vehicle is a 1996 Ford Ranger 3.0L V6 Supercab... Thank You...
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Sounds (pun intended) like a problem with the differential (that globe that connects to the drive-shaft and to the two rear tires. Maybe, one wheel has bad bearings, adding resistance into the differential.
When does the noise occur, while driving only, or driving and idle, in gear, or in neutral and park? If it occurs all the time (while driving and at a stand still in cold weather) it could be the fuel pump. If it occurs only while driving, it may be a wheel bearing. Describe the noise (humming, grinding, whirring, etc), and what is the mileage on the Pilot? Answer my questions so I can fine tune my answer. Thanks!
one or more of the pulley's is defective, most likely the tensioner pulley, but check them all for wear and side to side movement which indicates a worn bearing, this causes the belt to not run true and chirp.