Have the sway bar bushings lubricated. GoodluckJoe
Additional: Joe is correct, and I would add two other less obvious gremlins if that fix didn't work: I had a small plastic clip come loose on the Grill retainer that vibrated at idle and produced a similar sound, and of course a fan belt in its early stages of failure.
Hi I have a jagure as well and I noticed it has a little chirp when excelerating and it come's from the transmition. Like the tire's chirped... If Thes is the sound your talkubf about ite the transmition and the sound in normal in a jagure I am told and not to worry about it, I was toild to tank god I have a Jagure,, Have a great day Vond
Chirping can be an adjective, depending on how it's used.As an adjective -- Look at the chirping bird.As a verb -- That bird has been chirping for hours now.
Did you look at the alternator bearings?Take the belt off and spin the alteranator to see if the bearings are bad.
Probably the serpentine belt idler pulley bearing.
Sounds to me like HOT exhaust cooling down.
when the truck has been driven 20 to 30 miles you can hear a noise comming from left front
leaking or cracked manifold
Hermit crabs are known to make a "chirping" noise. Sometimes at night when your mom is late up and is working on the computer they can hear them scratching around and rubbing up against the sides of the tank with their shells.YESHermit crabs are known to make a "chirping" noise. As of yet, the method of making that noise is unknown, but it has been theorized that it is done much like a cricket, by rubbing a leg against another leg (or possibly the shell).A chirping hermit crab is rarely a happy hermit crab. They are usually observed making this noise when one of their tank-mates are disturbing them, or at other times when the crab feels stressed and defensive.They can also make a great deal of noise in their tank by clacking their shells against tank walls, interior structures, and each other (I am often woken in the night by my own crabs, bumbling around their tank). If this is a problem, try moving their decorative structures and food dishes a little further away from the walls of the tank (especially the food dish, which can be a center of competition).id say all of the above
The grinding noise is the brakes pads proably the noise is in the front. The front brake pads are easy to replace and is a do it yourself sort of thing. My guess is your brake light is coming on because of this condition. I assume your brake light has been coming on for a little while now.
Are the breaks worn or have they been recently replaced and could need new rotor. check your wheel bearing as well. turning left puts more stress on the right side of the vehicle, this could cause the grinding noise.
If the car was sitting for a while and it was damp out, rust forms on the brake rotors. For the first mile or you will hear a grinding noise when braking until the rust has been removed by the brake pads. The longer it has been sitting, the louder it may be. This is normal.
possible noise with brakes
Try "Related Questions" below - I had finally found some information about unhappy bird sounds coming from the engine compartment - hopefully it applies to your problem (please report back and update/edit this answer with your findings!!)
You have a serious problem with the front suspension and need to get it inspected by a professional "straight-away"!
did you check your brake pads, to me it sounds like you need new brakes, i imagine that if you have been driving with that noise happening and you didn't replace your brakes your rotors are most likely scored, possibly warped, full of hot spots, and heat cracks
Purple martins are fairly noisy, chirping and making sounds that have been described as chortles, rattles, and croaks.
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Only makes the noise when hitting a bump, just once or twice till the next time? If so, it is the strut. Both front ones should be changed at the same time. If this is what's wrong, if you took it to a shop, it should have been the first thing they checked. If you did it yourself, it's part of the learning curve we all go through.
mine doing the same when turning been to garage could be broke spring or strut top bearing .
Did you change out the belt? I had a chirping and squeaking on mine and my 95 Impala and I couldn't isolate it so I went with the cheapest repair, a new belt and low and behold it solved the problem. As soon as I hear a noise now, it's belt first then more expensive parts last! Good Luck
I've been told that this is usually the cv boot and that it is easier to buy an axle from an auto parts place and have a mechanic replace the axle.
The driving age has been 16 since 1991
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No. Zebras do not laugh. They have been studied, and scientists have proved that the laughing noise they make is a defence noise.
The anti squeal shims might not be fitted behind the brake pads or may need some coppergrease. The front discs could be rubbing against the backing plates. There could be something traapped there, a build up of scale on the disc or the plate might have been bent somehow. Also check the front wheel bearings for wear.