Where is the droning coming from, front or back? And is it located to just one side or both?
The steering wobble could be something as simple as a thrown weight from your wheel or they just need realignment. Does the steering pull to one side at all?
The droning noise if low pitched could be either a wheel bearing or a worn brake pad. If high pitched and oscillating will be a warped brake disc.
1. Have a look at you brake disc, is there a massive groove in it that matches the width of the brake pad?
2. Jack your car up on the affected corner and gripping the wheel try to turn it (like what would happen if you turned the steering wheel). If there is any movement (other than that from steering wheel movement) then you may need a new bearing. Rotate the wheel as well to try and recreate the noise. If you apply a turning force at the same time as rotating the wheel you may be able to recreate it.
3. You haven't had any recent knocks or curbing recently?
Hi all,Ihave since found out what the vibration/droning noise was, it is the o/s drive shaft that is worn loose were it enters the intermediate shaft to gear box,remedy, a new bl***dy shaft at near £300.00 + fitting
Hi all,I fixed mine it was the inner CVJ splines were it connects to the intermediate shaft, the intermediate shaft splines slide into the inner CVJ and according to the experts assembled dry causing wear on BOTH the end of intermediate shaft and the the inner splines on the CVJ,the only remedy is to replace the intermediate shaft and the inner CVJ, grease the splines of both with copper grease on assembly,The intermediate shaft cost's £ 130 from vaux dealer but don't buy CVJ from them as they wanted £398.40, plus they said an exchange o/s drive shaft would cost £516.00,i bought the intermediate shaft from dealer and a rebuilt drive shaft of the internet with two years warranty for£166 inc post, this cured mine thank god as vibration was doing my head in,Good luck.