Squeaking sound coming from right front wheel
So guys I'm hoping someone can help me figure out a root cause on this issue. In just the past couple days I have started noticing a squeaking sound coming from the front passenger side wheel area.
This sound is a rotating sound that only happens when turning left, and is not constant. there is a break in the squeak at some point in the rotation and then starts again once it clears that spot.
In the winter I slid at 3-4 MPH into a curb when my wheels couldn't handle the slick snowy/icey road conditions. The shop had to replace the rim and a tie rod. I'm thinking this is directly related to this incident, but not certain what it could be.
I do not beleive it to be the brakes and the sound does not go away when I apply brake pressure. The sound is increasingly noticeable the sharper the turn I make. No sound when driving straight, turning right, or at high speeds the sound is also not noticeable.
Does this sound like a axle/bearing issue? Has anyone noticed an issue like this before? Also do you believe that this is directly related to the impact the passenger front rim took a few months back?
All help is greatly appreciated, thanks guys.
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