im not an expert but it might be the wheel bearing seals not the bearings, if thos pop out then the wheel bearing grease will leek on the roter and start smoking and may catch on fire.
I would say either your brakes, or there's some part of your wheel well or mud flap hitting your tire, maybe something is loose or your suspension is worn and is allowing your tires to make contact with the wheel well.
that could be a variety of things, wheel bearings, u joints, rear end...
Sounds like wheel bearings.
The bearings on the alternator could be going bad. Remove the belt from the alternator then spin the alternator by hand to listen for grinding.
It could be brakes, bearings or something else altogether.
Possible causes of popping/grinding noises when turning:Wheel bearingsCV joint / axleBrakesSee "Related Questions" below for more
if its while your driving it could be wheel bearings
Could be the Springs doing that. If it's a grinding noise, then it's the wheel bearings.
wheel bearings, worn brake pads, dry u-joints could be one of many sound travels on a vehicle but start with those
check CV joints, if bad replace shafts and joints assembly
Wheel bearings, and if they're making that kind of noise your spindles could be shot by now too.
Depending on the what type of car or truck could be the brakes or rotors low brake fluid, or the boot is open and its gone dry, wheel bearings. hope this helps
the rubber bumpers are gone or worn out on the side motor mounts
Depends on the sound of the knock. Could be main bearings or rod bearings.
DOES IT DO IT WHEN YOU RUN THE A/C ALSO? IS THE SOUND COMING FROM THE PASSENGER SIDE BEHIND THE DASH? IF SO IT COULD BE THE BEARINGS GOING BAD IN THE FAN BLOWER MOTOR.
It's hard to diagnose without hearing the noise, but if you're sure that it is not the brakes, it could be dirt/sand/rock in the brakes. If you're hearing the sound all the time (even when not applying the brakes), it could be wheel bearings.
Brakes could be bad, or wheel bearings too, des happen when u apply th brakes or just when is rolling? either way answer is probably around the tires
Sounds like you need brakes. Have it looked at soon! Or maybe the fact its a Chevy that might be the problem
could it be rubber
It could be differential bearings.
Bumping and Grinding is basicly bumping and grinding which is just basicly guy and girl rubbing each other. Something I wish I could do, if only I had a girlfriend to do it with!
Front grinding could be a bad wheel bearing or in the front axle assembly.
Overtightening the belt, damaged or mis-aligned pulleys. Also, if you're getting a grinding noise while the engine is running, one of bearings in a pulley could be bad.
Is it from the wheel? If so, then it could be numerous of things: worn hub bearings, worn brake pads/shoes/rotor, faulty drive axle...listen carefully and take you car to a certified mechanic!
Could be the carrier bearings or pinion bearings in the differential(s). Mine was the wife and kids.
Normally a rusty rotor would not make a grinding noise. A grinding noise from the brakes usually indicated that the pads or shoes are worn down.