Could be a bad CV joint. It would make a popping noise.
probably CB axel, is it a honda?
Most likely a bad hub. Try turning the steering wheel right or left and see if the sound changes or goes away while turning. If it goe away or significantly changes when you turn left it is probably the right hub and vice versa when you turn the other way. If you hear a popping sound when turning it is the constant velocity joint.
I had a popping/rolling sound whenever I would take off or slow down in my '04 pacifica. I took it to a dealer and they said my motor mount was cracked in 2 places sending a vibration throughout the frame of the vehicle. Replaced the motor mount and the popping.rolling sound has gone away.
It's probably a worn suspension part.
Could be a wheel bearing
Check the bearing and wheel lugs.
Worn ball joints?
AnswerDon't know for sure, but it sounds like bad sway bar bushings. Answerthat means your cv axle u joints are going out. when you turn left and it makes the popping noise or like a galoping horse, that means the right side is bad. and visaversa for turning right. it should cost around 150-250 to fix. - On my 2002 Cavalier it made that noise and it was my strut mount had gone bad. Was about $50 to have it replaced since it is kind of dangerous to do.
that would be the car indicator signal! that tells other drivers which direction your turning!
If it pops when turning it is most likely the CV joints.
I would check to see if you need an alignment.
if your jaw is popping it maybe that your grinding your teeth, or just sleep on your left or right. So i would prefer a mouth gaurd, or see a dentist:)
The popping sound could be a couple of things first off is your wheel tight? check lug nuts. Some of other causes may be damaged rotors and pads. check them by removing wheel and looking for damaged parts or worn out pads. other things could be front wheel dive axle CV joint but you would hear this when turning also.
There are two ways to avoid a popping sound from a filled balloon: 1. closing your ears tightly 2. putting earplugs on your ears. I usually do #1 to avoid a popping sound from those freakin' balloons. The President should ban the balloon popping!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Anyway, when a balloon's circumference is about 10 inches and the length is 31 centimeters, I would run 10 kilometers away. When I put earplugs, they always come off. So, go get yourself a balloon and stab it with a knife! Just kidding.
most likely a bearing has gone out
Yes, absolutely. The only exception is if the driver turning right has a yield sign. This is one of the most common mistakes I see in the area I live. Many times, the driver turning right has a yield sign. That would give priority to the driver turning left. However, if the driver turning right has no yield sign, she has the priority. There are so many yield signs in my area that drivers turning left automatically assume they have the right-of-way even if no yield sign is present for the driver turning right.
That would be the inside diameter of the circle created by turning the steering wheel completely left or right.
If the right turning driver is in the turning lane without lights then you have the right away to turn left. If he is in a meiddle strip then you still have the right away because the rule is the right hand turning driver must first give way to traffic to the left and or right and then any oncoming traffic going straight or turning left into the horizontal road. This is for Countries that drive on the left side of the road. If you drive on the right side of the road then i assume this answer would be reversed and he would have the right away. I have no sources for this but i suggest you go to a website containing road rules for your country cause everywhere is different even with states within your own country. My answer might only apply to where I live, if you live in Australia then take my answer 100% as correct.
wow ! sounds pretty sereouse i would tell a doctor it may be a birth defecct ! =/
so it can sound right and appealing. If you don't tune it the notes wont sound right and the music will not sound as the composer meant it to sound. It would be false notes and a whole different song.
Sound like a wheel bearing for sure. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wheel_bearing
Pops while moving but probably not when sitting still and just turning the wheel? One or both of the axles has a torn boot and the CV joint is going bad. Front wheel drive I assume.