There could be a few things that can cause this humming sound. It could be the wheel bearings rubbing, it could be the gears rubbing, it could even be coming from the engine pistons.?æ
no unless you have a bee in it
it can be your alignment, check your tire pressure, make sure the tires arent in bad condition, or out of round.
Could be a bearing or a worn out crown and pinion set.
Depends on where it is coming from. If it seems outside of the vehicle, it could be a hub bearing.
The cause is most likely a worn out wheel bearing.
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
maybe clogged air filter or carburettar is sucking air and needs repairing
could very possibly be a broken belt in tire.
Yes, it could be dirty injectors causing this problem. It could also be an issue in the fuel line, fuel pump or fuel filter.
It depends what the situation is. If an object is falling, the weight of the object, which is determined by the object's mass and the gravity, is the force causing it to accelerate. If you're talking about a box being pushed, you could have a person pushing it, which causes it to accelerate, but you also must take into account the force of friction combatting the applied force.
cause if its idling at zero rpm the motor is off ...
have you checked your car for aliens?
more than likely a valve!
the rubber bumpers are gone or worn out on the side motor mounts
THE BLACK BOX IS A VENT.
The low humming on a 2005 Honda Accord could be one of several things. The most common source of a humming noise is a wheel bearing which may be coming loose. If the noise get louder over time the wheel bearings should be checked.
A bumblebee could have a wingspan of 1cm or about 0.39 in
If it only happens when you accelerate the most likely cause is an axle.
check your fly wheel it might be coming loose. if it knocks alot when you shut it off that is most likely what it is
There are many driving conditions that it could be dangerous to accelerate. These include when it is icy, raining, snowing, or if you are under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
it could be your tires on the pavement.
No. The loud humming noise could be a wheel bearing going bad and it could damage the ABS sensor if allowed to continue.
There can be a slight humming noise while driving a neon. This sound could come purely from the engine to indicate that it is running.
The humming is a series of explosions in the engine happenning very quickly. Could also be an electric fuel pump if the vehicle is equipped with one.