answersLogoWhite

0


Best Answer
Copy

All kinds of things could be your problem.

Check your wheel bearings inside the wheel hub, also check the tire alignment. Check for something rubbing in the wheel wells. Also have a mechanic check for a possible bad cvc joint or bent wheel hub. Could also be a cupped tire or the tire itself is bulged. Check the rim or hubcap could be bent or broken. Or possible check for a sticking brake caliper.

User Avatar

Wiki User

โˆ™ 2013-02-11 02:07:48
This answer is:
๐Ÿ™
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
User Avatar

Add your answer:

Earn +5 pts
Q: If you hit a curb barely moving sliding on ice and now the car is making a humming noise what could it be?
Write your answer...
Submit

Related Questions

What is the definition of sliding friction?

The definition of sliding friction is the force that prevents a sliding object from moving.


How are the particles in a solid moving?

the particels are barely moving


What is a sliding figure?

a sliding figur is a figure moving without picking up its side


Does static or sliding friction keeps an object from moving when a force is applied?

i would say sliding


Role of friction plays in cricket?

Friction stops the ball from moving infinitely. It also stops the clubs and people from moving infinitely. Without friction, all of these things would just keep sliding and sliding and sliding.


What is the definition for rolling friction?

rolling friction is when the surface an object is rolling/sliding/moving on, slows down or stops the object from moving. the friction of the surface and the object rub together, making the object slow down.


What are examples of sliding friction?

Examples of SLIDING FRICTION is pushing a heavy rock in your path, or moving a box on the floor.


What force holds you to a sled while its moving sliding friction static friction or rolling friction?

It is Sliding friction


What does translatoin mean?

translation is sliding a figure without moving it.


What friction keeps an object from moving when a force is applied?

sliding


Two surfaces that are not moving past each other have what?

sliding friction


What is an example of sliding kinetic friction?

a bicycle moving on a sidewalk.... i think


What is the force that keeps you from sliding off a sled when it starts moving?

Friction


What are words that you can use instead of sliding?

slipping, moving, gravitating towards..., :)


Is sliding friction what keeps an object from moving when a force is applied?

yes


What to do when your guinea pig is barely moving?

put it out of it's misery


Example of sliding friction?

Any object moving at a certain speed relative to the surface with which it is in contact. (A car moving on a road)


What is the unbalanced force that slows down sliding desk and moving cars?

Friction


What is the unbalnced force that slows down sliding desks and moving cars?

friction


What is the mathematicial term for moving the position of a figure on a coordinate graph by sliding it?

A translation.


What kind of friction is the force that sliding objects experience?

Friction refers to the resistance that one surface or object encounters when moving over another. The kind of friction that sliding objects experience is sliding friction.


What is a zoom?

A zoom is a humming noise of something moving really fast, a quick ascent, or a large increase.


What is one example of the use of sliding kinetic friction?

moving a heavy piece of furniture


What is sliding kinetic friction?

Sliding kinetic friction is when two moving (kinetic) objects rub (slide) against each other, creating friction. Sliding friction creates heat, unlike rolling or fluid friction.


1 what force prevents a heavy box from sliding along the floor when you push on it?

Sliding Friction If you push hard enough on the cardboard box filled with books, it will start sliding. If you stop pushing after the box starts sliding, it will slow down and stop. The force that acted on the box to slow it down was sliding friction. Sliding friction is the force that opposes the motion of two sliding surfaces in contact. Sliding friction exists between all sliding surfaces that are touching, such as the surfaces of the moving parts in a car's engine.