I am getting a noise that sounds like a prop plane engine when I turn the steering wheel to the right after going about 20mph or more.When I turn to the left no noise and when going straight there is slight noise. No vibrations in the steering wheel. I checked the the wheels and the left side wiggles some when I shook it. The right side (passenger) is not as loose. Is it the wheel bearing on the right side?
Wheel Bearing replacement on 2003 Dodge Durango
by seanweigner in Houston, TX on September 12, 2009
ANSWER by patrick mannion on September 13, 2009
On a right turns at speed the weight transfer is to the right it is that bearing that is under load and will make noise if it is bad. I think that is a hub and bearing assembly.
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