Does it get worse when turning right? Is it constant, or does it increase with your road speed? Is it a clickety kind of thump? Sounds like your CV joints are knackered. If you can see if the rubber boots that go around the CV joint is torn or greasy, or even gone, that would give you a big clue. Check in the local paper for someplace specializing in CV joint replacements, I have seen as cheap as $99 a side. If that is indeed what it is, do yourself a favor and replace both half-axles. Good luck, hope that helps.
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Warped rotors is the most likely cause. Seek professional help.
Lift the vehicle onto jack stands on the front. Shake the wheel and all front end components. Something May be worn or broken. Also roll the wheel by hand and check for noise or rough spots, as something in the braking system cloud be the culprit.
If you lowered the car or had suspension/strut work done you can be rubbing The body in the boot?
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Ford Dealer can help you. And tell you if there is anything wrong with your 2003 F150.
The engines timing could be advanced to much. If it's a front wheel drive a CV joint could be going bad. Knowing a more precise area of where the sound is coming from might help to identify the problem.
It would help to specify the type of noise and type of vehicle in question.
One cause of a popping noise from the front end while backing up in cold weather is the drive shaft. A mechanic can help find the problem.
Good diagnostic association!The thumping is likely being caused by a failed temperature blend door actuator motor. Gears inside the motor break and the door starts to move and drops back down when hitting the broken gear = thump thump thump.See "Related Questions" below for lots of help with changing this part - not too hard nor terribly expensive.
Have a noise cancelling headset will help a great deal to eliminate background noise.
Plants help in reducing noise pollution. Apparently, plants and trees are able to absorb noise from loud environments, and lots of them together help filter even more noise.
You need to do some detective work to try to help us determine the source. Is it coming from under the hood in the engine compartment, under the car, up front, the rear, the exhaust? Repost your findings.
I had the same noise on my 95 Jimmy and it was caused by the hood bolts being worn. Sounds strange but when I replaced them it quit. Sounded like a hammer hitting the front end everytime I hit a bump. Hey i have no idea what the noise is but i have it too i cant find what it is so if you could help me too lol
Get expert advice from a professionalMechanic.Or, Go to a GOLF specialist.Or, go to the garage the car was in first and ask for help.HELP IS BEST
noise insullation in walls help to reduce the noise and also triple glazing
could it be the R/F wheel brake warning sensor sounds like chalk on a blackboard. Only squeals when foot is off brake
My 2000 Jeep Cherokee makes a clunking noise from the front. I just had 2 bad ball joints replaced but it still makes the noise. I asked about boots but was told I do not have boots on mine. I asked about the swaybar link. They asked me if my jeep makes the noise driving over bumps and it doesn't. I am at a lose. They are going to look at it and see if they can figure it out. Can you help me with this.
could very possibly be a broken belt in tire.
Believe it or not we cant hear that clicking noise on the roof, a description will help you get an answer...
That squeaky noise you hear is a loose hub cap. Mine was doing the same thing till i changed the tires on it. i believe you can just make sure its tight if it doesn't help there isn't really anything you can do
You help your friend out as best you can! No one wants to be caught in an embarassing position in front of their boyfriend or girlfriend. You should always help your friends out.
We need to know where it is coming from before we can help you fix it. It could coming from several locations such as the engine, transmission, halfshaft axle seals, power steering, etc.
Evergreens do not reflect noise well so they do act as a sound buffer.