What would cause a grinding noise after a tire is replaced and the brakes are not worn?
your barrins in the wheels
Yes they can make a grinding noise, if they are bad.
Normally a rusty rotor would not make a grinding noise. A grinding noise from the brakes usually indicated that the pads or shoes are worn down.
It sounds like it could be a rust build up on the backing plate. best to have it checked out.
Erm yes that should be your brake pads, you should get them replaced quick or the damage will be even worse! Or Could be your engine, so i would get them both replaced promptly.
The clutch bearing or " throw out" bearing is going bad and will need to be replaced, take this opportunity to change the clutch as well.
I would guess that it is the wheel bearing. is it a grumbling sound or an all out grinding? If it is or was a grumbling sound and has turned into a grinding it is probably the wheel bearing.
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.
Its kind of a grinding screeching metal on metal noise.
I had a similar experience with my Windstar - lots of pad material left, but still grinding after new pads & shoes. Turns out the rotors were bad. :( Btw, I just replaced the rotors without finding out if a simple turning would have eliminated the grinding.
Sure it isn't scale on the discs? retract the pads and give the discs a spin.
It could make a grinding type noise when moving slow. A "whirrr" type whine when moving faster. The grinding noise may change to a clunking noise when turning the wheel. Any of these noises means "fix me now or else."
We would need to know where the noise was coming from and under what conditions it made the noise in order to make an assessment.
I have been told it may be the Alternator eeding a refurb
The starter could grind if the bendix is sticking
have it checked you could have bent the axle and the noise would be the bearing
If the "grinding noise" is present while cornering left and all but disappears when cornering right, my experience* says it's your right rear wheel bearings needing replaced. * My '96 did the exact same thing another thing to check is my exhaust pipe would rub the rear suspension on the passengers side and make an awful noise only when turning left and it would be worse with more weight in the car
Check for rusted brake parts, and also for partly seized bearing plates on the front struts, causing them to turn in a rough or jerky fashion. Sometimes the struts can be greased but often they need to be replaced.
The grinding noise in the front of a 1990 Dodge Caravan could be a cv joint. If it is, it probably only grinds when you take a sharp turn. There is one located on each side.
The grinding is a worn CV joint. Get it replaced before it causes more damage! A worn wheel bearing will make the same noise answer worn wheel bearings or worn brake pads will be the cause
It could be a couple different things. Most obvious would be brakes. If a brake is sticking and worn you could be hearing a grinding noise as you accelerate. Second could be a driveline issue. Worn u-joints or something sticking in the transfercase (4X4) could also cause a grinding noise. Best advise is to find a reputable service shop and have them diagnose the noise properly. Good luck!
Your CV joints could be going bad. Check to see if your CV boots are cut or opened to the elements. If so, your joints may need to be replaced. Before your spend money have a mechanic verify your complaint.