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Chrysler 300 Rubbing/Grinding noise when I turn right


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grimes994
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Mar 1, 2015, 9:20 AM

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Chrysler 300 Rubbing/Grinding noise when I turn right Sign In

I just purchased a 2008 chrysler 300 a month ago. When I first got the car it had the tire icon on so I brought it to dealer and all sensors were ok. They reset sensors and was good for a week and now it's back on and all tires are at correct psi. Dealer can't figure out what's wrong so they have been putting me off. Now last night I was making a right turn and this sound started happening from the front of car, like something was rubbing on the wheel and every time I turn right it's getting worse with the noise. I also get the noise when I'm backing up the car and turning. If I turn really sharp it's really loud inside like I have a flat tire. Please help me if possible


(This post was edited by grimes994 on Mar 1, 2015, 9:33 AM)


Tom Greenleaf
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Mar 1, 2015, 11:03 AM

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Re: Chrysler 300 Rubbing/Grinding noise when I turn right Sign In

Some thoughts and ideas - you just got the car it seems and some things that happen. Your signal came in from snow, cold and ice area so let's start with that. Tire pressure is highly temp dependent. You also need to know your manual gauge is correct. Expect 1 PSI or each 10F degrees and tires even when cold out do still warm up when driven so check cold.


There may be no problem there which is why it isn't found yet.


Noises when turning because of and including weather and conditions do check for inner fenders (plastic) that might be rubbing with yuk frozen up making it too close. Any air dams might be loose or broken (see them everywhere about not where I am) just from parking and snow banks.


You still may have something like a bad wheel bearing or something but would rule out some other stuff you might even see first,


T



Hammer Time
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Mar 1, 2015, 11:14 AM

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Re: Chrysler 300 Rubbing/Grinding noise when I turn right Sign In

Your car is 7 years old. I would suspect that some of the batteries in the sensors are shot by now. With the right equipment somebody can test to see the status of the sensors.

As far as your noise, that just needs to be checked out by a professional to see what is going on.



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