First, you need to make sure that it is the wheel and not your brakes. Check your brakes first to see if they need replaced. If they are okay, then there may be a small rock inside your tire or wheel. This may sound silly but first go for a drive without your hubcaps, they can sometimes cause this too... took me a looong time to figure that out.
Its not your brakes making the noise. Most liklly your CV joint is warn out.
The tinking sound if it is a light sound is probably the fuel injectors working which is normal but I would check the oil level and make sure it is full first it could be lifters ticking or clattering.
ticking sound from a wheel is usually a dry or worm wheel or axle bearing
Sometimes a ticking sound is a valve lifter. The faster you go the faster the ticking will be. Make sure first it is not something stuck in a tire or something on the fan belt.
If it makes the ticking sound and the engine will not crank, then either your battery is dead or the starter solenoid is shot.
There is no sound if they are in good working order.
Could be brakes or if rear wheel drive could be a "U" joint going bad
When motorcycle brakes lock, they make a light grinding sound accompanied by the loud screeching of the tires. When the brakes lock, the tires are forced to slide along the pavement until the brakes are released on the bike stops.
Defective CVC joint.
It can be a hole in your exhaust system or it can have something to do with your engine.
Yes.... the brakes will make a "metallic" sound when the brakes are getting worn.
Yes, they make a screeching sound.
no sound.. if they screech it's a sign you need new pads
Could be your brakes. If you have drum brakes not disk brakes that sound will happen when your shoes are worn down to the rivets. Some of the hardware such as springs, may have came off as well, which will make the loose metal sound.
The ticking sound is coming from the valve lifters. When the oil filter is changed, air is introduced into the system, which causes air bubbles to form in the oil. This causes the valve lifters to "leak down", which is what causes the ticking sound. It can take several days for the bubbles to dissipate. It's annoying, but harmless.
Maybe that ticking sound is the ignition key switch in the steering wheel column failing to make enough contact to switch on. Also, it's possible your starter is shot. Obviously make sure that your battery is in good shape.
The ticking noise - is their 'radar' - bat's calls are just about audible at the top end of human hearing. Some people can hear them without an artificial bat 'locator'.
Various possibilities, may be a loose caliper or pad. Maybe in the suspension. Ball joints, Radius arm bushings, control arm bushings. This may not be your brakes, if it is a front wheel drive car, your driveshafts may need to be replaced.
Most likely it is a bad CV joint, they will make a clicking sound when they are worn out.
If your car makes a squealing sound when you are turning it is because your brakes have worn out. When the brakes wear down below a certain point, a wire pops loose. That makes a squeaking sound.
did u bleed the brakes as u tighten up the( pin ) bolt .
Well if I'm not crazy I have a slight feeling it Shelden make that sound (That would be sarcasm) It should not make that sound because your not supposed to know it is there. I would Suddgest it is a anlog clock.
The cool water hitting your piping hot exhaust makes the metal contract (Shrink) and it makes a ticking noise.
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