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I recently bought a 2005 toyota sequoia and when I turn the wheels all the way to the left there is a vibration and a slight grinding sound. It does not happen when I turn the wheels to the right.

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Jessica Howe, Automotive Expert & Coach at


A grinding noise and vibration on one side like you describe could be one of several different components wearing down. Your axle will be one of the first components that needs to be inspected. The brake system and the power steering systems may also need to be checked. Search in your area for a local Certified Female Friendly service center for more help. Good luck!

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