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This is a discussion on front passenger side grinding within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; hey guys when i make a left turn at normal speed i hear a grinding from the front passenger tire. ...

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    front passenger side grinding

    hey guys when i make a left turn at normal speed i hear a grinding from the front passenger tire.
    im thinking wheel baring but i haven't had an AWD before so is there anything else it could be?

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    Registered User Obeisance's Avatar
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    I have the same issue, but for right turns. I'm still diagnosing the problem, but a common candidate for grinding when turning is actually a part of the parking brake rubbing in the rear wheel. I am no convinced that it is a bearing issue because it only occurs when turning (I expect a bad bearing to create persistent sound). Thus, my current focus is some part of the braking system rubbing.
    David - '05 WRX

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    Generally if it happens during turning it's a CV joint.
    Resident Adviser @ WTF Tuning, LLC
    2002 FORESTER S
    1998 FORESTER S

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