one possible reason is that your ball joint is bad, another could be that you have rack and pinion problems, you need to get it looked at, your wheel won't fall off but the problem won't get better. My husband is a mechanic.
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.
The strings for some reason keep repositioning themselves when you play. If you don't tune your guitar it won't sound right or how you would want it to sound like.
If by "twang", you mean a tinny or high timbrel sound, any amp can do this by turning down the bass level, raising the midrange and treble a little. Turn the gain or distortion up just s fraction and pick the strings closer to the bridge, you will get the sound you are after. It would be like the classic sound of The Shadows.
Beethoven would be considered to be right on the turning point between classical and romantic, creator of a new era one may say.
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.
It's probably a worn suspension part.
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.
Worn ball joints?
Could be a wheel bearing
Check the bearing and wheel lugs.
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.