Kia Troubleshooting Questions? Ask a Mechanic
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If this occurs in the steering column are this may be a fault with a column shaft bearing that is failing as this is most common for this issue here.On some models the bearing can be purchased from a dealer and replaced seperate of the column itself and in other cases the entire column would need replaced.
If the noise is coming from outside of the vehicle this is usually a tie rod at fault needing replaced and can usually be replaced seperately.Once it is replaced the vehicle will need an alignment on an alignment machine.
The vehicle will have to be checked over fully to pinpoint the source of the noise and then repaired from there.
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