If you operate a front wheel drive vehicle, the clunking noise you hear may be a CV joint bearing going bad.
Its Your CV Joint Or Your Wheel Bearing ........... if it is your cv joint you will hear the knocking or clicking sound especially whilst turning corners.xxxx
what kind of noise do u hear. clicking, poping, or skweek etc.
When turning left or right, you will hear a clicking noise.
The Most Common Problem When You Hear A Noise While Turning Is The CV Boot. Rubber Boot Will Tear And you Hear It On Every Turn.
Turning right loads the left front wheel of the vehicle, so if you hear the knock when you turn right the bad CV joint is on the left, and vice versa.
most grinding noises that come from turning is usually a cv axle that needs to be replaced. Can also be a bad wheel bearing. If you hear the grinding when turning to the right then the left front wheel bearing is bad.
Usually when you hear a noise the tire is defective. Inspect the tire for a bubble.Good luck mike
Pops while moving but probably not when sitting still and just turning the wheel? One or both of the axles has a torn boot and the CV joint is going bad. Front wheel drive I assume.
It depends on when you hear the noise, but it likely a joint in the front wheel drive unit.
Could be you are low on power steering fluid or your belt is slipping.
It could be low fluid in the power steering pump.
could be where your power steering fluid is cold and thick
"Did you hear that noise?" -or- "Did you not hear that noise I just heard?"
Past: Heard (e.g. I heard a noise) Present: Hear/hears (e.g. I hear a noise, She hears a noise) Future: Will hear (e.g. I will hear a noise)
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
You will hear them making a noise. Or you can just inspect them.You will hear them making a noise. Or you can just inspect them.
when the truck has been driven 20 to 30 miles you can hear a noise comming from left front
It depends on when you hear that noise. If it happens when you are driving on not a good road then you just need to tighten the strut nuts. It helped in my case.
The clicking noise you can hear is the starter solenoid clicking into place. If the starter motor does not turn the engine immediately, it is probably the best place to look. it sounds like the starter motor is faulty.
Depends, If it makes noise only while turning or driving on a curve, then it is one of your hub bearings gone bad. I just replaced mine and it was somewhat of a pain but the noise went away. While driving, If you turn left and you hear the noise then it is the passenger side bearing gone bad and if you turn right and hear the noise it will be the driver side bearing . Hope this helps you..... Here is a link you can view to give you an idea of the part needed... http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/raframecatalog.php?carcode=1203231&parttype=1636&a=FRc1203231k1119335
An expert would have to hear the noise. Some possibilities are dry top bearing of the shocks, horn ring loose in steering wheel, tire rubbing on frame - -
If you turn around a corner and you hear a grinding or clicking noise coming from the front wheels, you may have a CV axle problem. This grinding or clicking will be much worse when turning one direction than turning the other. If the noise is worse when turning left, the right CV axle is to blame, if the noise is worse when turning right, the problem is in the left CV axle. For a bad wheel bearing, you must raise the vehicle so the wheels are off the ground... Grab the tire firmly and try to wiggle it around. A bad wheel bearing will have a lot of play and will wiggle around, a good wheel bearing will be solid and will have very little or no play.
yes they can. why do they bark when they hear a loud noise? its because they can hear.
get your bearings cked and/or your break shoes