grinding noise in and under the front end of the car. Already checked the brakes.
When I back up the car and when I turn on a curve, either way. Sounds like metal to metal. I love my Chevy HHR. That so far is the only thing that I saw wrong with it.
Might be an exhaust catalytic convertor heat shield that has come loose. The welds rust. Get under the car to check.
If you recently had a headlight bulb replaced on that side, look at the inner fender around and behind the wheel. The inner fender must be pulled out to access the headlight bulb. It may have not been put back correctly as the clips that hold the inner fender in place tend to break. HTH. - Jim
Thank you so much, will check those out, and get back to you. jenni
You're welcome. Glad to help. -Jim
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