Check the level of the power steering fluid. A low level or no level of fluid will cause the groaning noise.
hippo's make a sort of groaning noise and a roaring noise.
If the chirping noise speeds up as the truck speeds up, check the u-joints in the drive line.
You have to locate the source of the noise then repost your findings.
It makes a kind of groaning, but really really deep!
Your front end alignment is out. Take it to a mechanic as soon as possible.
Probably the best description of how the TARDIS sounds when it materializes or dematerializes is that it makes a wheezing, groaning noise that goes in a cycle. A video of that sound is below...
mine needed power steering fluid
it would most likely be the bearings but in some cases sometimes the axle make a humming noise when traveling at high speeds.(front wheel drive)
Rear wheel drive: Possibly a worn universal joint on the drive shaft. Front wheel drive: possibly worn CV joints on the front drive shafts.
If the Honda Accord makes a groaning noise when reversing the can be caused by bad hub bearings. Hub bearings are what allow the car's wheels to spin, if gone bad they can cause wheels to come fully off the vehicle.
more than likely a wheel bearing
It is possible that the wear indicators for the brake pads are touching the rotor, indicating worn brake pads. They probably make the noise all the time, but at higher speeds, the pitch changes, and there is more road noise, so the problem is less noticeable. Depending on how much you drive, and traffic situations, etc, the noise should get a lot more more noticeable within the next couple of days. You will then have to replace the brake pads, ASAP. If not, the pads will tear up the rotors, and then they too will have to be replaced.
IF it is a rear wheel drive vehicle it mabe something wrong with the gears in your final drive...
Maybe a bearing in the compressor
Drive shaft play/possible worn/bad ujoints /driveshaft
for economy and reduced noise and engine wear, use overdrive when road conditions permit as it is a high gear it is unsuitable for lower speeds or where you may need sudden power or accelaration
A toilet flushing that creates a groaning sound in the pipes of a house is usually caused by gas buildup in the lines. As the waste and water pass through, it displaces the gases causing the audible noise.
Yes they make a mooing noise. Also moaning and groaning noises. See related link to hear the sound of the camel..
sounds like a wheel bearing.
Are you sure the noise isn't in the front. Sounds like a right front wheel bearing,which is a common problem on these vans.
drive shaft carrier bearing needs to be replaced
yes it does just go buy a bottle of it and put it in the power terring tank under the bonnet
Tire may be rubbing the fender liner especially if the tires are oversized. Can also be a defective wheel bearing.