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patssle 09-22-2014 04:06 PM

Noise when turning
 
Over the past 2 weeks I've had 2-3 instances of hearing a noise and vibration when making some turns so I did some diagnosis.

1. Does not happen when turning left
2. A medium sized (2 parking spot lengths in diameter) circle when turning right at 10-15 mph
3. Does not happen in a tight circle
4. Happens both under load and coasting in neutral
5. Sounds like it's coming from the rear

I removed all 4 wheels and inspected everything visually. Turned all wheels individually when off ground, rear wheels turned out of gear and back/forth in gear.

2000 S w/ 65k miles. I'm assuming (hoping) CV joints? Could anything in the transmission cause this too?

NewArt 09-22-2014 04:33 PM

Possible wheel bearing. Cv boots/joints. Wheel rubbing on wheel well liner.

patssle 09-22-2014 06:00 PM

No noise when turning the wheels freely. Wheels don't look to be rubbing.

Did do some more research and perhaps it's the front engine mount - it's on the original I believe.

BrandonJames89 09-23-2014 01:19 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by patssle (Post 419205)
No noise when turning the wheels freely. Wheels don't look to be rubbing.

Did do some more research and perhaps it's the front engine mount - it's on the original I believe.

My car (98 tip) needs the engine mount replaced as well I believe but my symptoms only occur if I accelerate while turning sharp at medium speeds. It almost feels like a tire is rubbing or losing traction and when I let off the throttle it's gone. Happens usually when I turn right from what I can remember. During normal driving I don't notice anything but it seems consistent when I push the car in a hard right turn I get the rumble.

Noises I had coasting on bumpy roads at lower speeds were the trailing arms and sway bar end links that were worn. Sounded like what some other people described as a bolt in a cardboard box being shaken around in the back.


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