Is there anything that can cause the sound to change? For example, if you apply the brakes? Also, the idea that it is worse when you turn left leads me to think it's on the right side because more weight is applied on that side when turning left.
Is the sound loud enough to record and upload for me to hear? If so, please try to do that. Also, have you checked sway bar links/bushings, struts for leaks, and the basics?
Let me know. The idea that you hear it change with speed leads me to think it's tied with the tires/wheels/brakes, and anything related that turns. So, I'm questioning the bushings, but I need to start somewhere. Also, let me know if you feel it in the steering and if braking changes the pitch.
I attached an exploded view of the suspension below. The only thing turning is the hub bearing, CV axle, brake rotor, wheel, tire and that's mostly it. Check to make sure there isn't a bad CV joint as well. Confirm the boots are not torn. Also, inspect the tires as well as the wheels on both sides and check for evidence of rubbing.
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Monday, February 28th, 2022 AT 6:23 PM