Check tire for wear and inflation Make sure the inner plastic didnt fall off alittle bit. Could be cv joint or a bad wheel hub.
If its making a horrible grinding noise, it could be the bearing!
Questioner gives no indication where the noise is coming from, but it COULD be an indication of a failing CV (constant velocity) joint.
Describe the noise and the general area it is coming from and I would glad to answer the best way I can.
i have heard that noise and I believe it is coming from the body frame connection and i also heard that u can get a kit to eliminate the noise. Ed
A bad bearing can cause can the front end of car to make a squeaking noise when turning steering wheel either direction. It can also be caused by bad suspension.
This buzzing noise is likely a faulty wheel bearing. The bearings are moving around randomly and need to be replaced.
If the noise is a squeaking sound, it could be coming from the bearings in the blower fan. It could also be coming from a worn bushing or bearing in the blower motor.
Uhh well with what you have said it could be anything, you'de need more info on what kind of noise it is, and wheres it coming from.....
When does it make a tapping noise? When your !) braking and turning wheel B) braking c) engine idling D) starting engine E) turning. I mean it just all depends....
The grinding noise is the brakes pads proably the noise is in the front. The front brake pads are easy to replace and is a do it yourself sort of thing. My guess is your brake light is coming on because of this condition. I assume your brake light has been coming on for a little while now.
that is either your front right wheel bearing or your coil spring is turning need new suspension..$$$$
Check your power steering fluid. Could also be a power steearing pump going bad
Either there is something else making that sound or a utility malfunction, try to figure out what could be making the noise, if you can't find an answer bring it in to a dealer for further inspection
Could be the CV joint is dry or has failed.
There could be numerous reasons why a Suburban is making engine noise at start up. It could be anything from a blown gasket to a spark plug. A mechanic will be able to find out the cause of the noise.
if it is making a buzzing noise like your horn instead of turning on the turn signal it is a recalled item through the dealer if it is making a buzzing noise like your horn instead of turning on the turn signal it is a recalled item through the dealer
It could be the supercharger snout itselft. I just replaced mine because it was making a sort of knocking noise. I started out just hearing it at start up and turning it off. Mine runs like a champ now along with a smaller pulley and an exhaust job.
HVAC blower motor going bad could make a rumbling noise in the car near the glove box
Noise coming from engine in Oldsmobile Cutlass could be as a result of an oil leak in the rear of your engine. This makes the gears to wear off leading to severe knocking noise.
its probably your radiator
This question is too general. You'll have to specify where you think the noise is coming from: the chair, the gears, the wheels and so on.
I went through the same thing. Take it to a break place its more then likely your axle. Or u need you brake changed! ALso it could be the cv joints.
frogs and toads possibly burping
mine doing the same when turning been to garage could be broke spring or strut top bearing .
You will have to be more specific about the noise you are referring to, and/or where it is coming from. The cruise control itself is an all-electronic unit, it has no moving parts is not capable of making noise.