What would cause a loud humming sound from the front end of a vehicle when accelerating?
bad wheel bearings
What would cause a car to make a constant humming noise from the front end while accelerating and decelerating?
What would cause a loud humming sound from the front end of a 2003 Chevy impala that can only be heard from within the vehicle while accelerating?
If a car shakes when in dive on a automatic transmission vehicle when accelerating and applying brakes what could be wrong?
Shaking when accelerating and braking show a front end issue. Check the lug nuts to make sure your tires are bolted on tight. Check for play in front end components, like the wheel bearings and tie rod ends. While possibly causing the vibration, the front brakes usually only cause a shake when braking.
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
What would cause a slight jerking motion from front of car and white smoke to come from exhaust pipe when accelerating?
White smoke from the exhaust is a sign of coolant in the combustion chamber, and can be a blown head gasket or cracked head. This is very serious and will cause severe engine damage. Have this looked at by a professional. A slight jerking motion in the front while accelerating is possibly torque steer. This is normal. Check this out after dealing with the white smoke, which at this point is your first priority.
The humming noise is dependant on the road surface/ tire tread and tire wear. If the tires are scalloped or feathered they will hum. Vibration may be a problem in your suspension or the balancing of one or more of your tires. You can run your hand over the tread (front to back and back to front) if it is wavy or the tread feels jagged/ sharper in 1 direction, you need suspension work and/or…
A Ram Implosion wing is a wing that was designed by Robert Patterson, which redirects the flow of air in front of your vehicle. It creates a vortex in front of your vehicle, at speeds 65 mph or greater, in which causes a drafting affect for your vehicle. It simply redirects the flow of air that would normally cause a drag effect on your vehicle, and redirect it to cause it to pull your vehicle…