Two components in a PC that might make a whining sound are power supply and disk drive. Noise from a power supply usually means it is time to replace the power supply, however, it might just mean that the fan is dirty and the dust needs to be blown out with some compressed air. If your hard drive is making any unusual noises it is time to make an immediate backup of your data and replace the drive.
This vehicle is notorious for a "whining" noise. The slower you drive, the louder it is. At first I thought our power-steering pump was going, or the transmission was whining. Two mechanics told me it's normal. Just a quirk with Dodge/Chrysler products. I had that whining noise and it was the alternator making the noise through the radio. even when the radio is off. Just a thought.
sort of like a humming? wheel bearings dude! if it starts humming at about 30mph and just gets louder faster you go, its the wheel bearings. and get used to it, i have blown 4 on my ion 3
Your girlfriend in the passenger seat after she realizes you drive a Toyota Tercel.
Most likely the noise is made by the power supply or a failing hard drive.
When it was damaged. If you don't have coolant leakage, but the level collant drops down it means you have internal leakage of coolant. You must replace the head gasket of course if want to drive your car. van over heats
What kind of howling? Or is it a whining? Where does it sound like it's coming from.
Sure, it's safe to drive it to the closest tire repair shop that doesn't require you to get on the highway.
To the end of your drive.
If it is a rear wheel drive vehicle it is either low oil in the rear end or an axle bearing. On a front wheel drive vehicle it is probably a bearing.
Rear pinion gear, that's what mine was.
This car is equipped with a Supercharger. All superchargers whine. This is normal and is inherently something you live with when you drive a car equipped with a supercharger.