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post #1 of 11 Old 03-23-2016, 06:00 PM Thread Starter
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Annoying scraping noise when turning left

Hi all...been a while since I have been active on here. Purchased a new Charger about a year ago and let my sister drive the Jeep for about 6 months.

I was out driving around in October and turned around spiritedly in a dirt pullout and developed some pretty serious clunks, vibrations, and squeals. I've since fixed everything (new fluid in front and rear diffs and transfer case, removed the broken parking brake shoes, and cleaned out the dust shields on the rotors). Only problem is I still get a squealing sound when turn left only.

I've lifted the front end so that I could spin the tire and try to recreate the sound, but I'm not sure if I am unable to spin it fast enough or if there is some other factor at play because I cannot hear the sound.

Has anyone else experienced this or know of anything else I can try in order to diagnose it?


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post #2 of 11 Old 03-23-2016, 06:07 PM
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I had that happen once, took me forever to figure out I had a small rock wedged between the rotor and the dust shield.

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Triple checked that but there isn't anything in there

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Could it be the dust shield its self?

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Or the power steering fluid /pump?

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The dust shield on the passenger side was pressed up against the rotor. I pushed it away and that fixed the sound from the passenger side. Power steering pump is new and fluid is good.

This definitely sounds like the dust shield, but it has to be coming from somewhere else. I can try removing the dust shield just to be 100% sure that isn't it, but at this point I am 99% sure. I'm fairly confident that it is related to the speed I'm going, but yesterday when I turned in my driveway really slowly the rhythm of the sound was faster than when I was going more quickly around a corner. That just made me more confused :/

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Crazy idea, what about the wheel bearing? Going faster and turning would cause the wheel to misalign and could cause the rub.

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Wheel bearings are new too

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We'll damn...

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And the brake pads/rotors are clean and free of rocks and rust, etc?

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Yes they are. I wish I had a car lift and I could just take everything apart and put it back together! Except then I might end up with even more issues I guess...

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