The problem is in the tire balance.Go to your local tire shop and have the tires rebalanced.
answer more that likely is not tire balance tire balance will feel ruff at certain sppeds humming is either tire tread noise on pavement or wind noise but most likely to be tire tread only way to fix is to buy different tires or dont drive at 70 mph,lolAnswerI don't think it's the tire balance. Humming at higher speeds sounds like a wheel bearing to me. If the sound is less when you're turning one direction, then the opposite wheel bearing is the problem. It's a cheap part and a quick fix; more painless than new tires, which always need to be replaced in pairs at least. Tire problems are way more commonly felt in the steering and suspension, and not really heard.
Possible wheel bearing going bad.
check your wheel bearing
The differintial is starting to wear...
My trombone does not make a humming noise. Does yours?
Most ceiling fans make a humming noise. If you feel the humming noise is unusual, you should check how attached the fan is to the ceiling, as the vibration of the fan can cause a humming noise.
Most likely the humming noise is coming from a contactor located in the outdoor unit if you hear the noise outside or from the air handler or furnance located inside the home,if the hum is inside the home
sort of like a humming? wheel bearings dude! if it starts humming at about 30mph and just gets louder faster you go, its the wheel bearings. and get used to it, i have blown 4 on my ion 3
possibly your running RCAs on the same side as your power cable
Could be a bearing going bad.
its probably your radiator
the humming noise is coming from a bad ground on you stereo
Certain types of tires may cause a brief humming noise after your initial acceleration. The transmission may also cause a brief humming noise.
when the pump is going out it will make a humming noise from the bearings even if the resivore is full.
No. The loud humming noise could be a wheel bearing going bad and it could damage the ABS sensor if allowed to continue.
Could be many things but a front wheel bearing/hub assembly going bad comes to mind. Scalloped worn tires can give you a humming noise also.
the wings because it flaps so fast it makes a humming noise
I believe it to be the airbag (passenger) making that humming sound
Have you checked your transmission fluid? Try that Cindy
bad wheel bearings will do that, usually in the front.
Purrrrrr and humming noise
Not much info to go on but, it could be a wheel bearing going bad.
need to get your wheel bearings checked
is the humming coming from the front end of the vehicle? i have a 1996 explorer with the same issue. yes the noise come from the front but not all the time seems to make the humming noise when it gets hot