Screeching noise when turning right

Hello my name is Jonathan, a possible diagnose of what might be wrong with the car would be greatly appreciated.

Question: What is wrong with the car?
Can I fix it on my own? (Never worked on a car before)

History of car:
2006 Lexus Is250
2.5L V6 (AWD)

When I make a right turn there is this noise. Video is posted below. Between .15 - .20 seconds you will hear the noise. When I turn the steering wheel right; more than quarter way it starts making these noises.
When I make a left turn everything seems to be fine; recently I have noticed if I turn the steering wheel all the way left, the same noise appears. It is not as noticeable compared to a right turn. The noise is very faint.

Want to thank anyone for helping in advance.



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I have to agree with prior answers on this one.
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Power Steering

The car uses electronic power steering, so it doesn't use fluid. Thank you for your insight.

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There are priors on this.

Without diving into model specifics you always try the cheap ideas first or dismiss them.

Is this a 100K+ mile car? Might be time to let a mechanic give you an estimate. While I think we should thank them for their time to give such, it often tells us what's in need of repair.

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