Most of you know what I've done on this car for front suspension an mounts, but for those who don't, I've replaced:
Sway bar endlinks.
Both front rear lower control arm bushings.
Both lower ball joints, and recently checked them for play.
Motor mount, torque mount, and trans mount.
inner and outer tie rods on both sides. Right was hit, left was just worn.
Front strut, and springs have less then 6000 miles on them, and the front right one which was at one point thought to be a problem, was taken apart and checked.
What is happening is on right turns, whether it be going 30MPH or highway speeds, it sounds like something is rubbing, I think it's just the brake pads on the rotor, but why would turning make it do that?
Secondly, could it be because the dowl pins for the caliper are bent ever so slightly? But again I find myself asking, how would that affect hearing the noise when only turning right?
Very confusing? Any help would be greatly appreciated.