It depends on what you are calling a "whining noise". If it's very loud sounding like screeching tires it could be a slipping belt. Otherwise it could be an alternator that is working too hard or perhaps failing. Have it checked at an auto parts store that has in-car diagnostic equipment.
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It might be a CV joint, when the CV boot is ripped and the grease is partly gone , then it makes noise.
Your throw out bearing is making noise.They almost always make noise.If it is not a loud shrieking noise it is perfectly normal.
The grinding noise is from the the pads being gone and rotors being grinded away. Unless it was just some rust on the rotors from sitting for days.
Coolant weeping and noise.
no noise- no problem
If you have hubcaps take then off and drive it. If the noise is gone the squeak is coming from the metal ring on inside of the hubcap. A few of the platic rivets are most likely loose. You can buy some foam tape to insulate the ring and the noise will be gone
i had some type of problem with my Transmission it had a loud humming noise whenever i start, the humming would go away when ever i start moving, but when i came up to a stop sign or a red light the humming would start, my friend who is a very good repair in all type of automotive told me my transmission oil pump was bad, well after he change the transmission oil pump the problem was gone.
Your front pads are most likely gone on at least one side-check them.
A pulsation when braking, and a loud screeching noise(pads also gone).
You could have blown your tire or it could have gone flat.
As humans create more machines, the noise pollution increases. Some machines that create noise pollution are: cars, radios (loud music), motor boats, airplanes, etc. These machines create an irregular noise that the environment and animals are not used to and some species of animals have gone extinct because of noise pollution.
Sounds like you have a bad or both axles gone bad.
No it isn't because it means something has gone wrong with your car.
as far as the humming noise and the grinding noise it sounds like your power steering pump is either out of fluid or gone bad completely. as for the muffler? ?MAYBE? the strain from the bad power steering pump is overworking the engine causing it to make noise? answer definetly a bad steering pump as for muffler, the sound can be transfred and magnified on a car, replace steering pump before bothering about the muffler sound may be gone
My 93 Stealth es was doing the same thing..low battery or starter it was on mine, replace both and sound is gone.
Viscuous coupling in the transfer case has gone bad.
Which ever one or ones are making the noise, the lock actators have gone bad. The actuator comes as part of the door latch.
You know your ignition switch has gone out when you turn the key and there is no click or any noise at all. If there is a click or other audible noise it is probably the spark plug or something of that sort.
Excessive smoke from the exhaust, and an engine miss. If you remove a plug wire while the engine is at idle and the noise is gone or almost gone then that would indicate the cylinder that the piston is bad.
Depends, If it makes noise only while turning or driving on a curve, then it is one of your hub bearings gone bad. I just replaced mine and it was somewhat of a pain but the noise went away. While driving, If you turn left and you hear the noise then it is the passenger side bearing gone bad and if you turn right and hear the noise it will be the driver side bearing . Hope this helps you..... Here is a link you can view to give you an idea of the part needed... http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/raframecatalog.php?carcode=1203231&parttype=1636&a=FRc1203231k1119335
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