A worn out clutch release bearing would cause a whining sound when you put your foot on the clutch.
yes it will.
Check the fan belt; it may need to be tightened.
Your girlfriend in the passenger seat after she realizes you drive a Toyota Tercel.
it's the air intake taking more air and the belts moving faster
Could be clutch cooling fan engaging
cause you might not of put tighten the tire when you replaced it . or your rim is bent, did you hit a curb?
A whining sound coming from the front of the engine would make me think one of the bearings is wearing out in the belt assembly. This is something you should fix promptly.
yes but why would you leave it loose?
The correct way to spell it would be "whining".
what would cause the ADVTRAC OFF light to remain on on my 2005 ford explorer
Yes, the bearing in that pulley may be going bad.
Pebble caught between rotor and disc pad?
Your mother in law is in the trunk. Not really; don't know.
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.
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.
front or rear gears often make a whining sound if worn or low on fluid. If sound fades as SPEED fades then it is the gears if sound fades as the RPMs fade then it could be a number of different problems. front or rear gears often make a whining sound if worn or low on fluid. If sound fades as SPEED fades then it is the gears if sound fades as the RPMs fade then it could be a number of different problems.
That would be the vehicle telling you to slow down. I am not kidding. It is a safety waring system You will hear the bing bing bing sound just before you hear the whirring sound of the police siren
Fuel pump, I think I have heard of this problem before
Well without further analysis or information, a short answer would be that your engine is BROKEN.
== == Could be the transmission, or a front brake is sticking on.
The loud whining sound could be wheel bearings going out. However, it is also possible that the speedometer bearings or cable are defective.