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    Help needed

    Hi guys,

    When turning right above 35mph or travelling at around 42-50mph in a straight line and also turning right the car makes a grinding noise sounding like its coming from front right. Ive changed the tires, changed left wheel bearing and checked suspension components but the noise still continues, Any ideas will be greatly appreciated.

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    Unless it's the turbo making the noise this should be in the MK4 Chassis section assuming this is a GSi/SRiT?

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    Yeah its sri turbo, thanks for moving it.

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    whats the condition of the cv joints?

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    Changed the right hand side front wheel bearing and noise has dissapeared. Bit odd that it was the drivers side one making noise when turning right .

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