you might have a bad ground connection. Check your RCA plugs behind the head unit. They may be in the input instead of the output. This will cause feedback in the speakers.
A worn out clutch release bearing would cause a whining sound when you put your foot on the clutch.
Fix the cause, use a scan tool, or unhook the battery.
The kids in the back.
Car wheels on the pavement.
yes it will.
it can if it has uneven wear
Your mother in law is in the trunk. Not really; don't know.
yes but why would you leave it loose?
The patriots promoted support for their cause in the colonies. They used propaganda through printed media and public speakers to increase support from fellow colonists.
Yes, the bearing in that pulley may be going bad.
Usually a bad bearing or loose belt.
ON the 2006 impala that whining noise is actually the electronics when you accelerate. Its more or less electronic pulses/signals My 06 Impala is the same.
This vehicle is notorious for a "whining" noise. The slower you drive, the louder it is. At first I thought our power-steering pump was going, or the transmission was whining. Two mechanics told me it's normal. Just a quirk with Dodge/Chrysler products. I had that whining noise and it was the alternator making the noise through the radio. even when the radio is off. Just a thought.
Speakers allow you to hear music clearly. If played too loud, speakers can cause permanent damage to your ears and affect your hearing.
It can sometimes cause the speakers to sound distorted if wiring malfunctions
That usually means your ground wire is not grounded very well. You can also get a ground isolator from Radio Shack.
You shouldn't be feeding a child candy to make them stop whining. You need to take control of the situation. To much candy is not good for a child it is sugar and can cause health problems.
Possible its time to change those brake pads out. The whining noise is possibly the metal grinding to your rotor, which would cause your wheel to shake. Consider getting those rotors turned as well.
Check the fan belt; it may need to be tightened.
No It wouldn't
Check the power steering pump for the cause of the noise. I sounds like the pump is causing the whining and is either low on fluid or possibly going bad.
The cause of the whining noise in the front end of a 2004 supercharged Monte Carlo, especially during cold weather, is the idler pulley. This is located at the driver's side of the engine between the alternator and a/c pump.
unhook the battery terminal and connect it again that will cause the computer to restart meaning reprogram
Bad wheel bearing.