Sounds like it might be a bearing problem.
No.... never a camera should never vibrate or make rattling sounds. If it is doing so then your camera is destroyed.
The rattling you are asking about turned out on my 320 to be the catalytic converter breaking up internally.
have the bearing housing checked they run abut $150 ea
If the noise sounds like a power steering whine it could be caused by the A/C compressor clutch bearing or the belt idler pulley.
That sounds like a pocket bearing in the transmission. In every other gear power flow runs through the countershaft so the input and output shafts run separately at separate speeds the bearing between them is called the pocket bearing. Only in 4th gear are they locked together and run as one shaft. The repair for this would be a transmission rebuild.
Bad bearing in a belt driven accessory? i.e. alternator, water pump, idler pulley, belt tensioner, etc.?
sounds like your valves are rattling check your oil
Depends on the noise. If it's a high screaching type of sounds the a/c belt is probably worn or dryed out so replace it. If it's a rattling sound it's probably a bearing that has gone bad.
shock absorber or strut loose bolts
sounds like the cv joints need replaced
release bearing probably worn out,or pressure plate diaphragm fingers worn or broken, or possible input shaft bearing. at any case the clutch needs to be inspected and components repaired or replaced. I see release bearings go out quite often especially when driver likes to keep foot resting on clutch pedal while driving.
The rattling and whistling on the 94 Explorer sounds like an exhaust problem. Check the exhaust for any leaks or loose connections.
Sounds like you need a water pump, The bearings in the water pump are making the noise not the pulley.
could be a bad motor mount.mine was bad and I got a lot of vibrating / rattling sounds.
I've had this same problem and if it makes a rattling sound it sounds like its the catillitic converter.
Yes. Moaning sounds, loud bumps and bangs, rattling chains, etc. Of course, many times these sounds made by the wind or other natural occurrences are wrongly attributed to the supernatural.
sounds like maybe a clutch release bearing. what vehicle
Sounds like the cold war; alot of Sabre rattling but no killing.
As its name suggests, it floats (or levitates) above the ground. Additionally, it has no traditional "rails" to make clacking sounds with.
You answered your own question . . . it sounds hollow and muffled because you put Speed Cream on your bearings. This keeps the bearing parts from rattling around loosely, making noise. Your board is sounding the way it should . . .
It sounds like you have more probalem than wheel bearing. TAke it to a front end shop
Could be a U-joint, wheel bearing, axle bearing.