That is your bearings. You need to replace them.
A whistling noise indicates a vacuum leak.
the wheel bearing on the vehicle will make a roaring noise when you accelerate the faster you go the louder it gets
The compressor may have a locked rotor in the condenser causing the loud roaring noise. Another possibility is low refrigerant.
Check the level of the power steering fluid. A low level or no level of fluid will cause the groaning noise.
Noises are impossible to correctly diagnoise unless heard. Take it to a garage.
Remove the muffler
It could be the rear differential--there was a recall on this back in 2005--hope this helps
Bad fan clutch!!
possibly on of the belt pulleys or a vaccum leak
What would cause a grinding noise after a tire is replaced and the brakes are not worn?
the wheel has to get changed you ediot
If applicable, you may have a faulty (locked up) fan clutch.
is it a stick shift? mine is a stick shift and it got alot quieter after i changed the transmission fluid... google it.
I have found that the noise that you are hearing are due to a belt adjustment that your car needs to have done - that is if you have a 2006-2008. Mine is making that noise but the dealer that I got it from are having a hard time reading the tsb on it so that they can properly fix the noise.
Possibly warped brake rotor/worn brake pads. Get this checked out.
the clutch release could have broken , the brakes could have locked, the engine could have blown, the transmission could have broken. These are mostly things that have happened to our ranger. It depends what you mean by stops
newdiv vacuum leak, cat. converter comming apart, exhaust noise
Can you be more specific with the sound description?
Could be clutch cooling fan engaging
The noise/squeeling is due to understeer caused by the back wheels pushing too hard oer the front wheels, this can also be attributed to suspention set-up and wing set-up