Sounds like you might have to replace the gasket in the roof of the car. You might want to try sitting in the car while someone soaks the top with a hose to see if you can find where it's leaking from.
check valve train it can be loose or tooo tight
If that's the extent of the complaint, check the serpentine belt and tensioner.
CHECK THE EXHAUST.MINE WAS HITTING THE BODY AT BOTTOM OF REAR FENDER
If the noise is coming from where the water pump is, it is a good chance the it is actually the timing belt tensioner. These things are notorious for making awful noises when they are beginning to go out and will get worse and worse. The same engines are in an Isuzu Rodeo with the exact same problem.
Could be a bad CV joint or something to that nature.depends on what kind of noise it is
You will have to be more specific about the noise you are referring to, and/or where it is coming from. The cruise control itself is an all-electronic unit, it has no moving parts is not capable of making noise.
If it happens right when you are stopping or coming to a slow stop, it is probably your discs cutting into your rear rotors. You need to get them replaced ASAP.
My son's 1997 Passport has the same problem. A friend told him this is usually caused by the air condition compressor belt. If it is one of the other belts causing the noise you should be able to search for help on how to adjust those.
stater or silanoid
Questioner gives no indication where the noise is coming from, but it COULD be an indication of a failing CV (constant velocity) joint.
dead battery or bad starter or bad starter silanoid
check it my be the CV axles
it could be anything from a bearing to the splash shield on the brake rotors.
It depends on what is making the noise.
Worn brake drum pads and possibly your wheel bearing.
My 1997 Honda CRV is making a rattling noise when driving in rough roads
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Probably low gear oil.
Could be lots of things, one that isn't thougt of is a fuel injector sticking. Can of injector cleaner can't hurt anything.
Describe the noise and the general area it is coming from and I would glad to answer the best way I can.
The rear hubs more than likely need grease. If this isn't the case then the axles may need greased or check the tires for broken belts.
You will have to determine the source of the noise before you can fix it.
A screw may be missing in the sunroof. This will cause a rattle when you hit bumps in the road that sounds as though it's coming from the trunk. You can check this by opening the sunroof and having someone hold on to it while you drive. If the sound stops, then that is your problem. To fix it, drop the headliner and put in a new screw.
cv joint problem.
The low humming on a 2005 Honda Accord could be one of several things. The most common source of a humming noise is a wheel bearing which may be coming loose. If the noise get louder over time the wheel bearings should be checked.