Yes they make a quiet crunching noise!
they make a crunching noise
A leaf! When it is alive it doesn't make any noise, but when it is dead it make crunching noises and is loud.
It can when it has failed.It can when it has failed.
start by checking a/c compressor.
If this vehicle has a transaxle, the bearing can be bad and make this type of noise.
there is a whole in the heater core
The ticking noise is the metal cooling.
The way he looks at you will make you know if he really is crunching on you.
A very low (but not quite dead) battery will do that. It's the starter relay trying to work.
The belts generally don't make a whining noise. They squeak. The whine is probably the tensioner or the alternator. Listen closely you should be able to tell where the noise is coming from. You can also take off the belt and roll each component and feel for bearing crunching.
If it's a creaking noise then it is most likely that your compressor is broken.
Alternator straining to maintain battery charge?
The A/C system compressor operates when in the defrost mode. If the noise is also heard when running the A?C it is more than likely a problem with the compressor/pulley.
Yes they can make a grinding noise, if they are bad.
A weak battery would do that
They can wear out and make crunching noises especially when dirt gets into them.
Angels do not make any noise or do anything that would betray their presence. In fact, if you did not read about them in books you believe to be true, you would have no reason to think that angels exist.
Ten to one it's the bushings in the sway bar - I have an 06 that did that - had the bushings replaced one year ago - noise stopped for 11 months but I noticed it's back - had it back in and of course the mechanics "can't hear it" and don't want to fix it even though it is still under warranty. Crunching noise very loud over speed bumps even going under 10 mph.
The most likely problem is warped rotors. Have rotors turned or replaced. Replace front brake pads.
check the power steering pump, fluid level etc...
Could be hydraulic shock (water hammer)
The word 'crunching' is the present participle, present tense of the verb to crunch. The present participle of the verb also functions as an adjective and a gerund (verbal noun).Examples:I heard their footsteps crunching through the surface of the frozen snow. (verb)The cookies made a crunching sound when we bit into them. (adjective)The crunching of leaves under my feet reminded me of my youth. (noun)
They make a huge crunching sound when you step on them.