My car started making a loud, high pitched “whooping” and “whining” noise when making corners. The pitch is medium to high and variable. It kind of sounds like wet rubber on glass (like a squeegee). The first time it happened I thought it was a police siren, like when they sound the siren in short bursts “whoop! whoop!”. But now the sound is more like a prolonged whine/groan. The sound might be coming from the steering column, but I can’t be sure. Its definitely on the driver’s side and in the front.
The sound is not related to braking. It doesn’t happen on every turn. It can happen when starting from a stop or when already in motion. It happens on both flat ground and hills. At first it seemed to happen on cold days and only in the morning. I think this might have been a coincidence since now it happens throughout the day, every day.
My car is a 1993 honda accord with approximately 315,000 miles.