sounds like maybe a clutch release bearing. what vehicle
Wining noise from front tire can be caused by:Tire wear (cupping or "feathering")Wheel bearing failing, if you can hear it it is getting dangerous.Use of aggressive tread tires, either off road or winter gripsIce studs on pavementFailing CV joint in the front drive shaftsMud flap rubbing on tire ( my niece had this happen )Brake failure. A rotor and other worn brake components can cause this type noise
It might be one of fans is failing.
Heat, noise or a lack of power.
A failing fuel pump can indicate two symptoms before failure. There may be the feeling the engine is choking or running erratically after start and then failing. The second can be screaming or high pitched wailing from the pump itself. Most modern passenger car fuel pumps are quite and the noise can be a critical symptom of impending failure.
A Saturn 3.0 timing belt noise can indicate that the belt is becoming worn down. It can also indicate a bad gear.
A 2000 Chevrolet automobile grinding noise can be caused by several things. The most common cause of a grinding noise is worn brake pads.
The lifters are failing and need replaced to stop the noise.
You need to be a little more specific about the noise around the belt. I would suggest you check out the serpentine belt as it could be failing. If it is a grinding or squealing noise it could be a failing bearing in one of the units the belt powers. I hope this is of some help, if not ask again with more information.
Loose, damaged, or failing shock absorber/strut?
Your power steering has a problem. It could be a broken part, or you may need a whole new set-up.
yeah i have the same thing on the same vehicle but what ever i wouldn't worry about it
I see no answer yet nov17 2012. I have same problem on 86 astro. Its got 66000 miles. Its not always noisy. Don't know what starts noise. It also sometimes jumps around past 60 mph. Don't know if oiling it will help.
Failing strut, cv joint or steering bushing.
The grinding noise can be an indication of a bad gear in the transmission. The grinding noise can also indicate a problem with the clutch.
do you mean a cladding noise?if it is comming from under the vehicle have your catalyc converter checked
sounds like bearings in the differntial
You will need to change it out. The bearing is failing.
Possible a failing U-joint.
Its either because you are low on fluid and need more or the pump could be going bad. If its low on fluid the whining noise is the air in the lines.
If this noise changes pitch when turning left or right, it's a wheel Bearing that is failing...
Questioner gives no indication where the noise is coming from, but it COULD be an indication of a failing CV (constant velocity) joint.
A clicking noise after changing an air filter on a car could indicate there is a problem. You should consult a car care professional.
it will start to make a grinding/wining noise before it actually goes. i recommend you replace it before it goes. if not you'll most likely be stranded when it does.
If a Lincoln LS V8 is making a engine noise when it is shifted into drive or reverse, it could indicate a seized gear in the transmission. It could also indicate a low transmission fluid warning.