It is possible that the wear indicators for the brake pads are touching the rotor, indicating worn brake pads. They probably make the noise all the time, but at higher speeds, the pitch changes, and there is more road noise, so the problem is less noticeable. Depending on how much you drive, and traffic situations, etc, the noise should get a lot more more noticeable within the next couple of days. You will then have to replace the brake pads, ASAP. If not, the pads will tear up the rotors, and then they too will have to be replaced.
Squeking at low speeds? Its your coil springs in your suspension. Have them fixed and the problem should be solved.
I had this happen. It was the wheel bearing. It starts off as a faint whine, but over time as the bearing gets worse it becomes a squeal at highway speeds and a squeak at low speeds. If squeaking at low speeds the bearing is on its last legs and total failure is imminent probably causing more expensive damage and repair.
I'm assuming by "shifting speeds" you mean when the manufacturer recommend you select the next gear. This will vary from bike to bike depending on the engine, transmission, and final drive ratios. You would find the information for your specific motorcycle in the user manual that came with it.
The blower motor speed resister is burned out.
I was considering a Lexus RX400h when I realized that it was very inefficient at freeway speeds 65-75 mph. Most of my driving is freeway at high speeds. How does the Toyota Highlander hybrid technology work? Is it still beneficial/cost effective at freeway speeds?
It is most likely due to a loose power steering belt. If the steering wheel is hard to turn at speeds slower than 40mph or it gets harder the more you turn it and the squeaking noise happens when you turn the wheel, then you need to check the tension on the power steering belt.
Dirty brake pads could cause a car to make a squeaking noise when putting the car in gear or when releasing the brakes. Cleaning, sanding, or replacing the brake pads should make the sound stop.
Previas have a history of a whining noise coming from the catalytic converter. There is a bracket inside the converter that when loose or has came apart creates the whining noise during acceleration. It especially is very pronouced during high speeds in the freeway. You might be in for an expensive cat converter replacement.
What is the roaring noise from a 1999 Toyota Camry XLE at speeds over 35 ? Sounds like it is coming from the rear.
A 2000 Jeep automatic that is not shifting correctly after it gets hot might have something wrong with the speed sensor that is located in the transmission. The speed sensor tells the transmission what gear to shift into at certain speeds.
you are suppose to change at 3000 rpm to get your correct gas mileage
That depends on what your rear end gear ratios are. It varies greatly. As a default, you typically upshift at 1500 RPMs and downshift at 1000 RPMs.
could be the transmission is low on fluid... could be the transmission is low on fluid...
It couldn't hurt. Give it a try.
When a TO bearing starts to go bad you will hear noise when you push on the clutch. Also shifting will be more dificult when at slower speeds.
Could be out of balance Tire may be worn and need replacement Could be a bent wheel
Loose or worn out power steering drive belt. Usually this is a loose or worn belt on the power steering pump. The pump works its hardest when the vehicle is parked or at low speeds so if there is a belt issue, it will happen then.
5 speeds dont need trany fluid. lloll
Have your brake pads checked. If the squeaking sound stop when you apply the brakes it may be your brake pad wear indicators rubbing the rotors to warn you to have your brake pads replaced. If you ignore it damage will result when the rotors and metal brake pad backing or rivets rub after the brake pad linings are worn away.
If you are driving under 30 MPH it probably won't do much damage, but shifting to neutral at highway speeds and you will ruin your engine. If you start skidding on an icy road (probably going 20 MPH or less) shifting to neutral will take you out of the skid and stop your vehicle immediately. Doing this spared me from colliding with another car when I was skidding in snowy weather.
The Toyota Yaris 2007 has 106 horsepower. It gets its horsepower from its 1.5 liter engine. The 1.5 l engine has five speeds with automatic or manual transmission.
there are quite a few wheel bearing problems on these and sometimes differentials front and rear
You need to check rotors and brake pads one or both are failing.
Transmission needs an overhaul
depends on what year or what transfer case u have............. with a pusbutton 4x4 system u can push the button at any time at low speeds, on older stick shifting transfer cases u must put the vehicle in neutral, but newer stick shifting transfercases can shift on fly