thats more than likely your brakes or your wheel bearings...my last car did that...can prove to be a little pricey The squealing is from little metal tabs on your brake pads that make contact with your rotors when your pads are almost gone. It is their sole function in life to squeal so that you know it's time to get new brake pads. The shaking while braking is from warped rotors, and you'll have to either buy new rotors or have your old ones "turned" at a machine shop.
check a/c compressor and belt.
When refilling the oil some may have dripped onto the belt which would cause it to start slipping badly and squealing loudly.
It sounds like the fan-belt is slipping.
possibly a bad brake...you should get all brakes done
Water in the drums or on the pads.
If that's the extent of the complaint, check the serpentine belt and tensioner.
A loose belt on the motor.
why is there squeek noise when starting and then goes away when engine warms up
Power Steering pump my have a leak...
metal, right? Sounds like metal, yes.
the cv axle wasnt completely tightened causing the hub bearing to go out
Start with the most likely andeasiest to fix. Check your brake pads... There is a wear indicator on the inside pads (closest to engine) that will rub on the rotor and make a squealing noise to warn you that the pads are getting thin. When you apply the brakes the noise will go away a lot of the time. If the pads are new or not making the noise then I do not know what the problem may be.
the squeeling noise is from the fan belt either the belt needs renewing, or the a/c compressor clutch is not operating correctly
is the humming coming from the front end of the vehicle? i have a 1996 explorer with the same issue. yes the noise come from the front but not all the time seems to make the humming noise when it gets hot
Power Steering Fluid Or Power Steering Pump
rear differential got lube? rear wheel bearings?
Though there are several possibilities, by far the most common reason for that is a loose or glazed belt in the engine compartment.
No. What would this possibly give anybody in terms of satisfaction? Sometimes, the noise is from the stylus being slightly loose when the 3DS is shaken.
If it's a manual transmission, it might be the throwout bearing. However, this noise would only occur with the clutch pushed in. If it does it after you let the clutch out then it might just be an accessory belt that needs tightening.
probably just getting rocks caught in the tread.
I think it is the massive pressure of the water being let out at such fast speed that it makes a squealing noise
Assuming you have already checked the obvious, the serpentine belt tensioner and belt. A common cause of the squeal in 4.0 Ford engines is the camshaft sychronizer (takes the place of the distributor on DIS, distributorless ignition systems). It sounds very similar to a belt squeal and is often mis-diagnosed as a belt being loose or worn. The noise can be intermittant, but if the noise is there when you have the hood up use a simple mechanic's stethoscope to help pinpoint the source of the noise. == == The most likely culprit is a serpentine belt or the belt tensioner. Try replacing the serpentine belt. If the noise persists, replace the belt tensioner. See the related article "Serpentine belt and Tensioner FAQ for the Ford Explorer all models"
You need to be a little more specific about the noise around the belt. I would suggest you check out the serpentine belt as it could be failing. If it is a grinding or squealing noise it could be a failing bearing in one of the units the belt powers. I hope this is of some help, if not ask again with more information.
The clutch assemble is shot...
Having a bad rod bearing could cause a truck to make a loud knocking noise and shake when driving at high speeds. The engine having a coolant leak or an engine timing problem could also cause the knocking noise.