Could be the rear bearings, brake shoes, brake pads and of course, the suspension. It might help to jack the vehicle up and spin each wheel by hand.
Hey Bo==It depends on what you are driving. Evidentally the tire is rubbing something like maybe a splash shield in the wheel opening. Stop the car when it starts making the noise and don't streighten the wheels and get out and see what is rubbing. Good luckJoe It's your steering pump loose belt or low on fluid.
you may have a low tire or your tires are to big
check your power steering fluid
You may not have enough steering fluid?
The passenger side front tire may be rubbing on the inner fender.
It will feel like something is rubbing, typically felt in the gas and brake pedals. It will sometimes grind and pull the steering wheel. Good luck
No. The only thing you can get from rubbing something too hard is a rash.
If the vehicle has hubcaps remove them and see if the noise stops. Check the brakes as well, something on the wheels is rubbing.
in depends if your rubbing in something? if not you will probably wont get black eye
You probably have a build up of contaminated grease in you steering wheel column. You have to open up the panel under the steering wheel to take out the pieces to clean the grease off with rubbing alcohol or something of the sort. The grease are creating a bridge and causing a short. That is why you smell the burning.
need to know what causes my car to make a heavy noise when driving. i have changed both front bearings but have discovered the noise still exist. Could it be a problem with the drive axlel?
Work to do what? Rubbing alcohol doesn't "work." If you use it for something, you use it.See the Related Questions for more information about rubbing alcohol.
if u put wider aftermarket tires on then the tires are rubbing on the fender wheel well if you are refering to in/at the actual steering wheel, then some grinding noise is normal. it's possible the electrical contacts for airbag/cruise/radio controls, whatever you have on the steering wheel are making some grinding noise.
Something is wrong. Take them apart and see what happened and why. Possibly one of the metal shims slipped out of place during the install. Don't keep driving knowing something isn't right with the brakes.
Power Steering Fluid Low.
The front pair is for steering. The middle pair is for rubbing the wings. The back pair is for jumping.
The physical property of rubbing alcohol are:liquidsomething that I can't think ofanother thing that I can't think of
Friction decreases the speed of something rubbing against something else.
gently rubbing your nose against someone (or something)
Something is probably rubbing the belt.
by rubbing your hand on something and putting it in your mouth or eyes
no basketball can't not bounce with rubbing alcohol because that is not something that can bounce a basket ball. I am just using my opinion
Take it to a garage they will usually diagnose it for free if they are not busy. However, it could be broken suspension and steering parts.