It could also be a problem with your brakes or aline mint. If the brakes wernt reassimbled right they can turn the roters and cause vibration in the front in. If the alinemint is off it will pull to one side and stop the vibrating when turning to that side.
You're probably just hearing the power-steering pump. All cars make it (Well, the ones with power-steering anyway)
Wouldn't that only be if he turns the steering wheel all the way to the left and if so it'd also happen on the right?
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Sounds like a possible wheel bearing, what kinda car ?
i would agree check the wheel brg's and ball joints bushing's heck take it somewhere most place will check front end suspension for free in hope's of getting some work out of it and an alignment after the work is done
without seeing or hearing your problem all i can do is offer advice on what to check
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