Is the power-steering pump going bad on a 1999 Chevy Mailbu when it makes a grinding noise as you turn the wheel?
Yes, it may also need power steering fluid. You need someone that is a shade tree mechanic to check it out. Yes, it may also need power steering fluid. You need someone that is a shade tree mechanic to check it out.
Is the power steering pump going bad on a 1999 Chevy Mailbu when it makes a grinding noise as you turn the wheel?
A LOW FLUID LEVEL WILL CAUSE PUMP TO WHINE IF FULL AND IT WHINES THE PUMP vanes are scored and you need to change pump if the fluid is all foamed up you could have a hose or seal that is sucking air into pump
Can someone help me out i have a 2003 dodge ram 1500 two wheel drive and when i turn the steering wheel i hear a grinding noise as i am driving down the road?
try checking the powersteering pump it maybe going bad
Could be a right rear axle bearing going bad.
A grinding noise when braking can occur when the brake pads are going bad. You are hearing the brake grinding on the metal discs.
no, there is no electical to the power steering pump
the transmission has a bad synchronizer replace it or take to trans shop. no all s-10s do this, its a safety hassard so you dont shiftinto first wile going fast
A lot of times the grinding sound that is heard when going over bumps is actually the car scraping the cement. If it is not a serious problem then the best thing to do would be to drive slow over the bumps.
u keep going in and out and do something called "grinding"
Will your 1992 Chrysler lebaron make noise if the front left differetial is going out its making a grinding sound changed axle and wheel bearing?
Yes, the differential can make a grinding sound.
To stop a standard transmission from grinding into third gear, check the level of the transmission fluid. If the noise continues, consult a mechanic.
When you apply your brakes there is a grinding noise in the rear of your 1996 Lincoln could that be the air ride suspension going out?
no, that sounds like the brakes are grinding because the are ready to be changed, check them out immediately.
Usually it'll be a grinding sound.
On a 2001 Chevy Prism on which the struts were just replaced due to bent strut what would cause a grinding-dragging sound occasionally after going over a bump?
Sorry to tell you this but you have another suspension problem. It sounds like a part is probably loose. Have a AAA shop check this out.
The bearings on the alternator could be going bad. Remove the belt from the alternator then spin the alternator by hand to listen for grinding.
its must be a normal sound because mine does that as well...it could also be that your powersteering fluid is low or going out if it does while turning corners
Bearing going bad?
get a very big circle going and go in the middle of it and start grinding
many reasons, steering pump, cv joints may be going out, or you could be grinding some plastic that goes around the wheel
Sometimes a clicking or grinding Sometimes speedometer needle will fluctuate
Check or have them checked immediatley. They are going to fail REAL soon.
yu might have some tie rod end issues or your steering gear box is going out, or you have some powersteering issues/
Unless the speed of the gears are in sync, it's going to be a grinding shift.
I assume you are referring to a manual transmission. Grinding while changing gears is an indication of a synchronizer going bad. Until you get it fixed, try double clutching when shifting.
Tie-Rod End may be going out. I'm thinking front wheel bearing.
worn or bad wheel bearings will make noise (grinding, humming, etc)
The problem is probably the rear wheel bearings
The wires going into the AC pump 1995 Chevy K2500 are the red-marked wires.
the enigizer bunny brand he keeps going and going and going and going and going and going and going and going.
If the ticking/grinding noise is coming fron the front of the car, it is probably a CV joint going bad. Outer CV joints will click as they wear out, and if that goes on long enough they will start grinding as the joint basically chews itself up.
What could cause a grinding sound in left rear wheel when going over dips and bumps in road while going straight and not applying brakes?
Bad wheel bearing is one possibility.
A wheel bearing could be going bad in a 2002 Ford Focus if a grinding or rubbing sound is heard. A trip to a mechanic is advised as a bad wheel bearing that's not fixed can lead to damaged brakes.
You may have a wheel bearing going bad or a brake dragging. Take it to a mechanic. I have found that if I can't identify something better than a "grinding noise" I had better let a mechanic look at it.
The valve clearance is set by grinding the faces if there is too much clearance or grinding the tip of the stem if there is too little. If it is a OHV engine you can easily adjust the valves. Try going to the link below for a video that shows how to adjust the valves.
There are currently no recalls for the 99 Chevy Tahoe.
You have wires going to the carb on a 72 Chevy c10?
Yes, it should be going in the new 2014 Chevy Camaro z28.
You might start to notice the transmission going bad when it DOESN'T CHANGE GEARS!!!! That's usually a good sign. Or it may make a GRINDING sound.
Is rack and pinion gear going bad when car makes grinding and groaning noise when I turn steering wheel?
sounds like a wheel bearing.
Probably check with a emergency room as these are symptoms of a heart attack. just ignore it and keep going
Alternator is going out? battery is going bad?
There are several things that can cause your 2004 Chevy Trailblazer headlights to keep going out. The most common cause is a loose or corroded ground wire.
The prices of a Chevy Avalanche car varies depending on if you want one that is new or used. An example would be from motortrend. A used 2002 Chevy Avalanche 1500 is going for $8,995.00 in the Las Vegas Area. Another Chevy Avalanche 1500 used is going for $18,423, however it is a 2006 model.
It means that something is wrong. Check all your moving parts in that wheel.
Manual or auto? either way, syncros are going out www.teamzx2.com
A 94 Chevy Tahoe is capable of going up to 500 miles.
well more than likely the clutch isnt going in all the way. you should try to tighten it.
The clutch bearing or " throw out" bearing is going bad and will need to be replaced, take this opportunity to change the clutch as well.
when going up a hill you can really notice the gears are jumping when changing. Also the car is also making a grinding sound. Is this the transmission?
You can tell if the transmission, in your 1998 Chevy Malibu, is going bad. If there is a whining or clunking noise. The transmission might cause your engine to install when you are stopped with your foot on the brake.
In my experience with my Chevy it was a ground wire