No, but a bad wheel bearing could.
The word is droning. It means to make a continuous low humming sound.
The wings flap so fast that they make a humming sound!
a humming sound to show you that it is secure.
make a continuous low humming sound.
these are the animals that make a humming noise: 1. humming bird 2. alpaca 3. locusts 4. rabbits there are more,but that is how much i know sorry!
it would depend on what kind of humming sound you are referring too. If you are over due on a transmission service or what not it will humm at higher speeds and as you slow down the humming slows with it, or if your brakes have gone bad it will make a humming sound once you hit over 30 mph. it could be a lot of things but those are some options to check out
The annoying humming sound of a swarm of bees.
id say type and size of tire, and if bearings are bad either or will make that humming sound.
it is because of its insulation that will be deteriorating and magnetotsriction
They get their name from the humming sound their wings make when they fly and hover.
Most ceiling fans make a humming noise. If you feel the humming noise is unusual, you should check how attached the fan is to the ceiling, as the vibration of the fan can cause a humming noise.
From the sound its wings make from flapping so fast. It sounds like they are humming.
That process is known as humming. Unlike whistling or singing, humming is more of a reserved way of making a musical sound with your voice. Usually humming occurs when people close their mouth shut and make melodies with their voice.
The tires themselves may be the cause of your concern. If the tires have deep treads on them they will make some a strange humming sound. I would still advise having a mechanic check it out just to be on the safe side.
You know its a hummingbird because of the humming of their wings. Otherwise they make a chirping sound, like a normal bird.
An abnormal humming could be emitted from the alternator, water pump, the a/c pump, any number of things.
My trombone does not make a humming noise. Does yours?
ground loop or too much gain are the most likely reasons
I would start by checking the power steering fluid, sounds like the fluid may be low.
When you accelerate. you are putting presure on the main engine barrens. if they are going bad. You will hear this knocking sound. I don't know how many miles you have on this engine. But that's what it sounds like. But that's not all that can make this sound. You will have to tell more about it and when it started. Did it just start all at once? or did it start and then get louder?
no they make humming noises when they are have digestive problems
It is most likely your front tires and then that woul mean your wheel bearing.
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