What is it called when you stop on your front wheel on a bike?
Some bikes have disc brakes on both wheels, but the front brake is more important. During braking you'll encounter something called dynamic weight transfer, which basically means that more of the bikes weight will be supported by thr front wheel and less by the rear. As the front wheel gets heavi...
Why would 1998 Honda Civic make a rattling sound on front left wheel which you hear rounding curves and occasionally when driving straight Completely stops when car stops?
You might want to have the CV joints checked. When bearings start to go out, they make a "clicking" or "rattling" noise while driving - especially while making turns.
Loose wheel; brake problems; bad bearing; something else? Whatever it is it's serious. Check it right away.
This video from Mercedes AMG Driving Academy explain oversteer and understeer.A front wheel skid is when the front wheels of a vehicle lose traction.Cars which are powered by the front wheels (front wheel drive) tend to suffer from this problem more than cars with rear wheel drive.
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Sounds like your tie rod ends have come undone. They will need to be reconnected and the car alignment done before you can drive it.
Many times the newer non asbestos pads will get dirty or the hardware will and will cause a squeaking sound, also these pads have a piece of metal that will contact the rotor when they are ready to be replaced, the squeak is a reminder to get them changed soon. Either way you should have them loo...
Turned so that your car will roll OFF the roadway if it rolls at all.
It's called hydroplaning.
Widening the track. Also called spacing the wheels.
When a car squeals while moving, but the brakes still work properly, it could be a squeal from a drive belt. It could also mean that something like a tire rim is rubbing on the brake rotor. A vacuum leak in a small hose under the hood will also cause a squealing noise.
What would cause the front right wheel on your 1998 Ford Ranger 4x4 to make a ratcheting winding sound just before you come to a complete stop?
The ratchet winding noise on the Ranger 4x4 could be a wheel bearing or brake issue. There could also be problems in the front differential. Check all three for any problems. The 1998 Ranger noise is most likely coming from a brake grinding against a rotor, or a bad wheel bearing. Either of these...
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its nothing bad.Depends on the sound. If it is a clicking or thunk it is probably the CV joint in the axle. It will start when you are turning and then as it gets worse as you are going straight.
Your car is making a constant squeaking noise from the front wheel area what is it. It only happens when the car is moving. so any answers?
well i have a 1994 jeep Cherokee with the Dana 30 underneath and i asked everybody i knew to ask and no one knew so i put new u-joints in the axle shafts and it stoped it for good,and good luck driver i hope my answer helps
My first guess would be the front end alignment and possibly the brakes. During braking, you engine and transmission are not under a load so they should not cause any vibration.
the mechanical term for the disproportion is a latin word choado which becomes choad
Why is it called a “drive through” if you have to stop? A drive-in meant you drove in and parked.A drive through indicates you drive through without parking.It's in reference to parking, not stopping.
First lets set the record straight on a few things you have writen here....the "piece" you ask of is not mounted on the front axle, it is the steering rack assembly which in many cases are mounted against the lower engine bulkhead wall by means of two rubberized/insulated clamps that have (4) # 1...
Mainly its because of warn down break pads, they have built in 'squeakers' to warn the driver they need replacing. usually quite loud especially when turning corners.new pads can also squeak they just need time to wear in, check if your pad has copper grease on the back aswell, this helps. or if ...
first loosen the lug nuts usually a 19 or 21 mm socket jack up the left or right side of the car depending which wheel you want off (left wheel for left side and right wheel for right side) the jacking spot is located on the frame just below the front tip of the doors, jack the wheel up off the g...
Sounds like broken bearings. Either inside the hub of that wheel, or it could be the constant velocity joint, if it is a front wheel drive car.The clicking is caused by the broken up ball bearings hitting each other as the wheel turns, as there is no cage to keep them apart and no grease.
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OK. I am attempting to take a front wheel drive 87 2.8ltr motor from a Bonneville and put it in a 87 s-10 Blazer. That's when I noticed all the differences. First thing I noticed - The Heads are totally different. The heads from the Bonneville are huge compared to the one's from the s-10. The tim...
you definitely has to put the emergency break on ill tell you what happens when you put it in park,.....you will go to the front and have a car crash.
When parking uphill on a street with no curb, the front wheels should be positioned to the right. If there is a curb, the back of the right front wheel should be turned against the curb.
tually if driving in snow or ice it would be rear for better control otherwise front
Your car is a 2003 Ford Mustang Standard shift at times when driving or parked you will here a squeak in the front of the car when pushing upward on the clutch it stops what causes that?
The release bearing on the clutch is at fault. Throwout Bearing, replace the Throwout bearing and check the Fork for Damage.
Your car makes a screeching noise when you turn the ignition on and then it stops what could this be?
under the dash? could be seat warning/door buzzer going wacky. under the hood? could be coolant fan running tight. need more info.
its called Hire Purchase or H.P
You have just been "car jacked."
these 2 wheels are very different. For one, a bike tire has an inner tube where a car tire does not. Also a car tire has steel belts and is made to a higher standard. Car tires are flat on the bottom to give the most traction where the bike tires are rounded because you must lean the bike to make...
As long as their the right size.
if it has the same stud pattern yes. hope this helpsYes, as long as they fit.
Could either be a bad brake wheel cylinder (caliper) or a bad CV joint axle seal
This is something that you have to keep an eye on because it could pose danger to you as the driver.The minute your transmission fails means that your car is also about to shut down.An indication that it is bound to happen is when your car starts jerking when you put it on a brake.
When that happens, it's called Hydroplaning, and it can happen at speeds as low as 35 MPH.Cruise control makes hydroplaning worse by trying to keep your vehicle going at a constant speed.
How do you fix your can when your car's passenger side front wheel hit the curve so that tire of that wheel is touching body of car?
Hitting a curb hard enough to make the tire touch the body will require a qualified repair shop. You can bank on more then one thing being broke and or at least bent and will need to be replaced. This happened to me and it required a new control arm. 300 dollars parts and labor.
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If a wheel always stops in the same position when it is free to turn about its axis what can be said about the wheel?
its centre of gravity is not centred. or it has a gear mechanism which controls its movement
When you put your 1999 Toyota Tacoma in 4 wheel drive it feels like the parking brake is on when turning on pavement What could be causing this?
When on dry pavement in 4wd the front and rear wheels are working against each other. Your forward movement is hindered by the front wheels especially in a turn, the rear wants to push you faster than the front will allow. Only use 4wd on dirt or snow.
When driving the vehicle feels like has no umph in it.This may be related to a dirty of failing idle air control valve.When this not working properly, you may notice an erratic idle which may cause the vehicle to lurch forward when sitting at a stop light as you describe.
If the vehicle shakes or the engine shudders a lot when stopped at a stoplight, or when parked with the engine idling, it might indicate the motor mounts or transmission mounts are damaged or broken.If the shaking decreases, it's a strong indicator the engine's motor mounts need to be inspected b...
It is possible. Try cleaning your throttle body. If this does not work, search for vacuum leaks in your intake. Then check your idle speed at operating temperatures.
But when the gauges in your car stop working, it's not a situation you can safely ignore.When one gauge stops working, the problem may be in the gauge itself or a bad sensor, while all the gauges cutting out at the same time often indicates a blown fuse or a defective instrument cluster.
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One of the more common causes for the brake pedal going to the floor is a loss of brake fluid.When you're out of brake fluid, your brakes simply won't work.The master cylinder is where brake fluid gets compressed.Pressure on the brake fluid cases the brakes to be applied to the wheels.
Clutch throw out bearing bad.
What is wrong with your car if it drives good but when it comes to a stop on a red light it turns off?
Plugged fuel filter. Plugged PVC valve. Plugged air cleaner. Any or all of the above.I would suggest looking for a cracked vacuum hose, which is a common cause of a stall at idle..
Probably worn steering parts such as the tie rod ends or idler arm. Have it inspected soon by a trusted garage mechanic, you could lose your steering.
It depends on how old your tires are and how warn they are. The front tires will wear out first, so if they replace your tires regularly then you can get away with only replacing the front two. If you rotate your tires when you change your oil or don't replace your tires often enough then you wil...
Check the oil level in the car.
It has a miss fire.One or more cylinders are not firing. Check spark and compression for each cylinder.Check ignition timing and hoses for a vacuum leak.
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From description it sounds like clockspring failure.
HeyKen==If the squeek is at the steering wheel, it can be the horn comtact. If it squeeks underneath the car, it is the turn stops on the front wheeels. GoodluckJoe
Define scrubbing please. If it's what I'm thinking it could be the CV joint in a front axle going bad.
Probably worn out brakes. Could be wheel bearing or other worn components also. Check for looseness before you drive any further.
How can you make your 2003 golf alert you that you've left your car lights on when you get out It used to but now it's stopped?
it squeaks when you accelerate and stop because that is the wheel (along with the back left) that push the car.i think its correct but im 10 so dont know for sure but i do get straight A's.sorry for bad grammar.
On front wheels, the whole strut swivels to allow steering.Pivoted arms extend inward and forward to the frame in order to keep the wheel upright and resist accelerating and braking forces.A trailing arm is attached to the wheel hub at one end, and extends forward to a pivot on the frame.
When a rear-wheel drive vehicle loses traction in a corner and goes into a skid, it is called
it doesnt .. may be ur choke is on
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If you mean that the engine continues to sort of run after the ignition is switched off, this is called "dieseling." It's not a good thing, and there are several potential causes. You'd probably need to take it to a mechanic to have it diagnosed and repaired. (If you didn't already know this, it'...
You might have a brake caliper that sticking a little, causing the rotor to run warm. After a drive, feel around (carefully so that you don't burn yourself!) if some wheels are hotter than the other. Thank you and what should I do or how much it would cost
You should probably stop too, in order to avoid rear ending the car in front of you, which could lurch forward and hit the pedestrian, making their injury your fault.
Yes, it will and generally it is the inboard cv joint.
Sounds like you possibly have a plug or two not firing or mis-firing, or maybe dirt in the gas. - Take it for analysis then fix it, Any competent mechanic could likely diagnose it by watching it anyway.