A worn front wheel bearing could cause a Grand Cherokee Limited to make a grinding noise when you accelerate. There could also be a problem with one of the shafts.
yeah i have the same thing on the same vehicle but what ever i wouldn't worry about it
The sound is probably from the power steering pump. If the sound gets louder when you turn the wheel, it's a sure bet. Check the fluid level, but with the age of the vehicle, the noise may be permanent unless the pump is replaced.
1996 jeep grand Cherokee makes loud clicking noise when turning steering left
Not sure problems are related Check exhaust system for leaks Bring to a shop that has an ABS scanner to determine problem
The bearings are damaged.
There can be several things that will cause your 1994 Jeep grand Cherokee to make a loud clanking noise when you drive it. The most common cause is a bad u-joint.
Could be one of your belts.
Its most likely your sway bar linkage.
The most likely problem is the blower motor making the noise. It may be necessary to remove the box to find the noise for sure.
Dead battery? Maybe if it makes clicking noise -dead battery
New lifters or repairing the cause of low oil pressure.
I'm not a mechanic but I had a problem with my 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee lift gate not closing properly, seemed to move to the sound causing a noise. I replaced the lift shocks and the problem disapeared
sounds like maybe a clutch release bearing. what vehicle
The lock actuator has failed on whichever doors are making the noise. The actuater is serviced with the door latch.
One of the hookers in the trunk, mabie. Or your past-out drunk buddy.
I think, it might be a problem with the front Differential..
It could be differential bearings.
Which ever one or ones are making the noise, the lock actators have gone bad. The actuator comes as part of the door latch.
You have a vacuum leak somewhere. Check the orfice line.
First, check the lug nuts. If that's not it, check the wheel bearings.