Depending where the noise was coming from, but this question is most likely to be answered in this way. If you switched a valve off and the noise was coming before the valve in the pipes, that would indicate a burst pipe.
CV Joints? Rocks in the tire tread?
Describe the noise and the general area it is coming from and I would glad to answer the best way I can.
Check the bearings.
Check the wheel bearing.
What would cause a grinding noise after a tire is replaced and the brakes are not worn?
If the chirping noise speeds up as the truck speeds up, check the u-joints in the drive line.
MOST COMMON CAUSE OF NOISE FROM FRONT AXEL ESPECIALLY IN OLDER CARS IS THE CV JOINTS IF IT GETS WORSE WHEN YOU MAKE TURNS ITS THE CV JOINT............
the wheel has to get changed you ediot
A squeaky noise can come from the back of your car if your shocks are damaged. Sometimes shocks can dry rot.
This could be a bad strut or ball joint. If the noise is constant when you drive this is probably the cause. If the noise only happens when you hit a bigger bump/pothole I would check your motor mounts, this was the cause on my thunderbird.
sounds like your brake caliper is sticking. This would cause the pads to be in constant contact with the rotor.
The first thing to check for a wobbly rear end noise is the wheel bearings. If they are ok, check the brake system for worn or broken parts.
Having a bad rod bearing could cause a truck to make a loud knocking noise and shake when driving at high speeds. The engine having a coolant leak or an engine timing problem could also cause the knocking noise.
There was a loud, sorrowful noise coming from inside the mausoleum. Between "loud" and "sorrowful".
It's according to where the noise is coming from if it's the rods knocking due to low oil it will get faster because they move up and down and move faster when the motor gets faster.
rear differential got lube? rear wheel bearings?
A whistling noise indicates a vacuum leak.
the noise could be coming from either a bad wheel bearing or something wrong in front axle.
Because there is no rotational force that would cause it to move.
We would need to know where the noise was coming from and under what conditions it made the noise in order to make an assessment.
I would think that you have a leak in your exhaust system.