Why does my car make a loud noise whenever I turn my front wheels?
Many car owners have experienced the loud noise that comes from their front wheels whenever they turn. Though it may be alarming, this noise is usually nothing to be concerned about. It's caused by a condition called power steering fluid aeration, and it's relatively easy to fix. When you turn your wheel, the power steering fluid is forced through a narrow opening. This causes the fluid to become agitated, and the resulting bubbles cause the noise you hear. The good news is that this problem can be easily remedied by simply bleeding the power steering fluid. This will allow the bubbles to escape, and your car will be as quiet as ever.