Hey Anil==It depends a lot on what kind of car and if it is 2 or 4 wheel drive. Just off hand if it doesn't do it all of the time , it could be a wheel bearing. GoodluckJoe
If its a 4 wheel drive i had this problem with my Bronco and it turned out to be the rear end and it needed replaced, one day it just stopped grinding and boom there was oil everywhere from the rear end. so if its 4 wheel drive have that checked asap to see whats going on a new rear end costs around $1000 most of the time that's with parts and labor. that's the worse case senario then again it could just be the wheel bearing.
my guess would be to have your brakes checked... or maybe you are dragging something...
Yes, the differential can make a grinding sound.
It might be the clutch but get it checked out
How do you know if your fly wheel is bad
Bad right front wheel bearing.
if its while your driving it could be wheel bearings
Usually that just means the battery is dead. It's trying to crank the starter but doesn't have enough power. Try jumping it from another car and see if that starts it. When a grinding noise is detected first locate the area of the car it is being generated from. Most grinding noises will be being generated while driving, if you are having a hard time detecting the location of the grinding sound, have a helper ride along in the rear seat to give a new perspective on the origin of the grinding noise. A grinding noise can be generated by many things from worn out brake pads to axle bearing failure. Once a grinding sound has been detected action must
its coming from the front end from the wheels we thought it was the wheel bearing
The grinding sound means that the brake pads are worn down to metal and that sound you hear is metal to metal. you need to have the pads changed, the problem is that you will more than likely have to change the rotors also. The way to avoid this in the future is when you notice your brakes are making a squealing sound that means that the pads will need to be changed soon.
If you need more info, its a 2000 Accord coupe ex-l 4 cyl. It just started at about 95k miles.
Its more than likely the throwout bearing in the clutch assembly. Or could be a wheel bearing or cv joint. It would help if i knew what make and model the vehicle is.
Have your brakes checked, rust or wear on brakes can cause grinding when turning.
depends on where the grinding id coming from
Check if muffler is loose, check if rear brakes are worn out & grinding
sound like a problem with drive shaft if you feel it on floor
It's probably brake pads.
A bad transmission. The sound is from metal grinding on eachother.
yes sounds like a wheelbearing get it checked before it tears up your spindle
The "awful grinding sound" might be a problem with your power steering
Transfer case is shot.
Usually it'll be a grinding sound.
the rubber bumpers are gone or worn out on the side motor mounts
A bad wheel bearing also when turning it sounds worst or straight driving
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