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Can you tell where the noise seems to be coming from from, like left right front or rear?
During the noise is there a feeling or difference in the steering or braking?
Thanks, ***** ***** likely its a front wheel hub bearing that is failing. You need to thoroughly check the tire tread for wear imperfections from alignment issues causing the tire to make the noise as well as check the brake rotor and pads for a possible rubbing concern. If all are fine then suspect the bearing to blame.
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That must of not come through, all I see is " when making a slight right turn in my 2008 armada there is grinding noise"
So that leaves checking the tires and rotors and brake pads, those are the only things left at the RF front wheel that are spinning.