What would cause a humming noise to come from the rear of a 1987 celebrity?
Rear brake drums or poor rear alignment. Those would be my first two guesses. Poor alignment can be checked just by looking at your tire wear. Ideally you want the tread to wear evenly across the tire. Get out a penny or other coin and do some simple thread depth checks.
It could be objects shaking in the trunk or something loose on the rear license plate or a problem with the catalytic converter or exhaust pipes.
Not much info there but my guess would be the the fuel pump.
Most probably a wheel bearing or brake problemIt could be a tire if you are listening while going down the roadBut anyway it needs a qualified person to look at a serious safety problem
One would really have to hear it in order to determine for certain. Are there any particular conditions existing in which the humming occurs? Wheel bearings are a possibility.
What would cause a squeaking noise coming from the rear end of the car when you go over a bump in the road?
A squeaky noise can come from the back of your car if your shocks are damaged. Sometimes shocks can dry rot.
I am going to assume this is a truck you're talking about. There may be ground metal in the rear causing the noise and interfering with the differential speed sensor. Drain the gear oil from the real. If the oil contains metal particles (sparklies) or is dark gray to black in color:Replace all be...
Most of the time a humming noise while driving is caused by tires chopping or cupping.If the noise becomes louder at higher speeds, the wheel bearings could be the cause.The best way confirm the cause of the noise is to have a certified technician put the car on a lift and spin the wheels.
It could be that the back tires brakes are rusted and need new replacements or just need oil.
What would cause a whistling noise coming from the engine of a 2005 Chevy Equinox when giving it gas?
You probably need a new gas cap. It sounds like that gas cap you have isn't holding the right amount of pressure and so it needs more air to properly run.It sounds more like you have an air leak in one of the vacuum pipes.
Have the brakes checked.
the reason you are having these noises is your steering column and may also be your brakesCheck the wheel bearings. Jack the car up securely and hold each wheel at 'quarter to three' and 'half past the hour' and try wobbling them. If there's any play you need to get the wheel bearings replaced. I...
A humming sound heard at idle has to be something that moves even while the car doesn't.Air escaping through a leak can also cause a distinct “humming” noise.This could be a small leak in the exhaust system or air intake system.Sometimes driving accentuates noises that are heard while idling.
The noise COULD be from those parts, but in my experience, I've found that its usually something way less involved. It could be an exhaust leak, or a lack of oil, or, a sticking valve, hole in the header or muffler, or a plug wire slipped off , lots-o-possibilities. Another great reason to see yo...
Certain types of tires may cause a brief humming noise after your initial acceleration. The transmission may also cause a brief humming noise.
Most modern vehicles have the fuel pump in the back or in most cases the fuel tank itself. If your check engine light comes on, take it in for a computer scan. Ask them to do a pressure test of the fuel pump also.
What causes a motorized clicking noise at the rear of a 1987 corvette that continues after the ignition is turned off?
its either your electric fan or something with your exhaust, maybe some kind of leak or loose bracket.It is probably the fuel pump, it will run for a few seconds after you shut off the vehicle to charge the fuel rail for start up the next time.
The headlight motors are going out. Each headlight has a motor. If you need to replace one, it's best, (and cheapest), to do both of them.
could be the CV jopints of the car
What problem or system could cause a clicking noise coming from the engine of a 1987 Mazda 626 when it's on but the car seems to be running fine?
There are a few things that can cause a clicking.. first is valve tapping which is when the valves become a little loose and the noise you hear is when the gap is taken up and the metal taps, second is that the bearings in your water pump may be starting to fail, and third might just be that your...
Bad shock mount?Loose exhaust system?
Many brake pads have a "warning indicator" which will squeak when the brake pads start to get near the end of their life. This "warning indicator" is usually nothing more than a small metal tab that protrudes out from the side of the pads backing plate pointing towards the brake rotor. As the pad...
Causes of White Exhaust Smoke.One of the main causes of white exhaust smoke and coolant loss is a cracked or warped cylinder head, a cracked engine block, or head gasket failure caused by overheating.A cracked head may allow coolant to leak into one or more cylinders or into the combustion chambe...
A loud squeal when accelerating could be that you have a loose or worn fan belt.Usually if your fan belts are worn, your timing belt needs replaced as well.Damaged timing belt can cause the engine problem.Sometimes, the engine will not be able to ignite or turn over.
A “howl or whine” during acceleration over a small or large speedrange is usually caused by worn ring and pinion gears or improper gear set up.“Rumbling or whirring” at speeds over 20 mph can be caused by worn carrier bearings.The noise may change while cornering or turning.
The door has drains in the bottom to allow rain water to drain out, perhaps the drains are plugged up with debris and the door has water collected.
A Have the tires rebalanced and rotated once again, making sure the front tires end up on the rear of the vehicle.If this has an effect on the humming noise, the problem is with the tires.If this doesn't change the noise, the tech may be correct.A front-wheel bearing or hub assembly may be the ca...
possibly worn shock absorber rubbers,loose mounting bolts,broken mounts. more info needed to diagnose
2007 subaru There is a humming noise coming from the front when the car is off and just sitting in the driveway. Why is this?
Perhaps the cooling fan is running?
A common reason air bag lights come on is because something is interfering with the seat belt switch — the sensor that detects if the belt is properly fastened — which could trigger a false warning light related to the air bags, says Robert Foster, owner of Foster's Master Tech in Bozeman, Montana.
Worn out front sway bar links or bushings can do that.
When the brake fluid is low in the reservoir, it will bring the brake warning light on.There are many reasons why your brake fluid level could be low.It may be that your brake pads are worn down.Your brake fluid could also be low if you have a fluid leak.
I don't have proper knowledge about this. There are many safety guidelines that you should follow up. Many car crashes create every year because of reduced visibility. Lack of visibility may be due to weather conditions, road conditions, or conditions involving your own vehicle. When your car mee...
A problem with a transmission temperature sender may be the culprit if the light comes on or flashes only before the vehicle has warmed up to operating temperature.A light that flickers or comes on only when hitting bumps on the roadway may indicate a loose transmission wiring connection or a bar...
maybe the axles need to be check
The ABS light might have come on after a rear end collision on a 1997 Aerostar because part of the brake mechanism was damaged in the collision. It is also possible that the ABS light came on because the rim was bent in the collision.
MAKE CAR MAKES THE SAME NOISE AND REPLACING THE PVC VALVE FIXED THE PROBLEM
That'll be your coolant, and there could be a number of things causing it... a blown head gasket will do it... a coolant leak where the coolant leaks onto a hot engine block will do it... a faulty radiator cap which opens too easily can cause this.... excess coolant causing the system to overpres...
Carb flames are causes by a variety of things. most often the engine is advanced to far or you have a carb leak interally that puts to much fuel in the engine. If the engine has high miles the intake valves may be leaking allow the flame to escape around it.
you would hear a loud thudding noise when you go over a pothole/speedbump etc. This is due to the shocks bottoming out normally because they have leaked all the oil out.
The likely cause is a failed wheel bearing unless something exceptional has caused the brake caliper to lock the brake rotor.By far, the most common cause of what you are describing is simply bearing failure though.Repair can be obtained by requesting wheel bearing replacement.
bad ball bearings, or oversized tires with too much tread rubbing against your swing arm
On older cars and all trucks use a coupler called an u-joint to join the trans, driveshaft and rearend together to power the car or truck. This coupler has tiny little bearings in it. When the bearings run out of grease or badly worn this will cause slop within the coupler. bottom line is it soun...
Break shoes or pads worn out, or a defective wheel bearing. Have this repaired ASAP. Break shoes or pads worn out, or a defective wheel bearing. Have this repaired ASAP.Break shoes or pads worn out, or a defective wheel bearing. Have this repaired ASAP.
the belt on the engine is loose, so you want to see if you can tighten it or get a new belt . i hope this helps
A fire would be the main cause but if there are no flames you should have the engine checked for problems under the hood. There maybe a leak of some sort and it may be burning on the engine.
Normally it means you have moisture in the motor. Head gasket or intake gasket leaking. Most of the time I've seen the head gasket leaking to be the reason. Check your oil level frequently. If the level starts to rise, then you probably have a head gasket leaking. The problem is oil does not stea...
Well your engine isn't getting enough gas to keep to running, iv been working in a dealer ship for over 20 year and see a lot of this. Try putting a can of sea foam in a half tank of gas and driving it till about empty this should clean out the injectors. If it doesn't help just repeatKyle
possibly a bad motor connection
My first guess is that you are hearing the fans coming on. They are doing their job, keeping your engine cool. On a real hot day they might even run after you stop .
Brake pads wear indicator (replace brake pads)? Bad wheel bearing? Low tire?
A front or rear hub bearing assembly going bad could sound like that.
There are several reasons that may be causing a strong knocking sound from the driver's side front wheel and this sound is likely attributed to an issue with the brakes, steering, and suspension.If the lower ball joint is severely worn out or broken a knocking sound may be heard as the vehicle ma...
Cars can make a whining noise from 1 of 2 places.The transmission or the power steering system.Luckily, the pumps are in very different places so it's usually easy to tell which is causing your whining noise.If the noise is from the front of the engine, then it's your power steering pump making t...
What would cause a slight jerking motion from front of car and white smoke to come from exhaust pipe when accelerating?
White smoke from the exhaust is a sign of coolant in the combustion chamber, and can be a blown head gasket or cracked head. This is very serious and will cause severe engine damage. Have this looked at by a professional. A slight jerking motion in the front while accelerating is possibly torque ...
Some engines require you manually adjust the valve lash every so often, sometimes 10,000 or 15,000 mile intervals. You do this using a feeler gauge, and often 2 common hand tools such as a box wrench, and a flat head screw driver. Refer to the specifications listed in your vehicle repair manual, ...
You usually hear this noise when accelerating the vehicle.Most people call this a pinging or rattling sound.This noise is caused by an air/fuel mixture in the engine cylinder being ignited prematurely by the heat of compression as the piston is moving up on the compression stroke.
There could be several reasons such as, you forgot to release the e-brake and drove the vehicle with the e-brake on, or a grease seal went bad and grease is getting onto the hot brake drum or brake rotor, or brake fluid from a leaky wheel cylinder or caliper is getting onto the hot brake drum or ...
The most likely cause is a leaking heater core.Fresh water on the floor, with no odor or loss of coolant is more often humidity removed by the evaporator.Water from humidity, removed by the air conditioner, is normally drained from the evaporator case.
Could be as simple as needing a tune up with spark plugs, spark plug wires, distributor cap and rotor, air and fuel filters.
open the trunk pull the lining away from the tail light area remove the socket for the bulb by turning to the left take the two nuts off one each side and replace with new good luck!
Where fasteners are to blame, several factors can cause nuts to work loose.Excess paint, rust, scale or dirt between mating areas of wheel end components will lead to low clamping force.Fractured or worn out nuts with deformed threads have also been linked to loss of sufficient clamping force at ...
But if the wheel speed sensors are not working, the traction control system will not be notified.Then your vehicle will lose traction, causing the traction control light to come on.If the traction gets to be too difficult, then your traction control light may illuminate on the dashboard.
Blue/gray exhaust smoke means there's likely an oil leak and your engine is burning oil.Time to have a qualified technician check things out.The leak could be caused by several issues like leaking valve seals, damaged piston rings, or worn cylinder walls.
What causes a 1998 town car to have a vibration coming from the rear end but it stops when you let off the gas?
well, if it's rear wheel drive, sounds like it could be something with the drive shaft...
What might cause a increasing noise coming from the driver's front side wheel with acceleration that transmits to a vibration in steering wheel?
If the car is front wheel drive, could be worn left drive shaft/universal joint, especially if you hear cracking noise when turning tight and accelerating. You can check for broken rubber boot around the joint. If the car is 4 wheel drive, noise/vibration can come from damaged front transfer case...
This in turn makes it one of the more common causes of the ABS light coming on.When the wheel speed sensor alerts the ABS that the wheels are moving at different speeds, a hydraulic valve is responsible for releasing, or increasing, the brake fluid pressure to prevent the wheels from losing tract...
It's most likely to be a wheel bearing if you jack ur car up an spin each wheel if you hear a rough sound it's a wheel bearing
Terrible noise coming from 2001Lincoln Town Car replaced Rear bags iThink its the compressor How Can you Know for sure?
If it has a fuse pull it out and see if your noise is still there.
If it is water, it could be a plugged up AC condensation drain or if it is engine coolant, it could be a leaky heater core.
A failing alternator with sticky or worn out brushes.
First diagnose it to locate the exact location the noise coming from then determine course of action to fix it.It can be a defective CVC-joint or other things. Have it inspected by a qualified mechanic and they will find the cause of the popping noise.
Many things can cause the air bag light on. Could be the passenger seat weight sensing system needs to be recalibrated or fixed. Best would be to teake the vehicle to the HYUNDAI dealership and check the codes and then go from there.
There are countless reasons why this could happen. You need the services of a professional mechanic in order to properly diagnose the reason.
On my Astra M reg I noticed a slow clicking when driving slowley which increased in temo as my speed went up, I figured it was the speedo. A few weeks later my speedo cable snapped and the clicking stopped, Just looking for replacement Speedo cable now...
Age, the substance that makes up the material that is used to form hose is primarily rubber. When rubber undergoes the kinds of heat and petroleum products that are present in every engine compartment combined with time equals shrinkage and hardening.
If you're talking about from the wheels, higher or lower in pitch with speed, it's one or both front wheel bearings. If you're talking about from the engine compartment, it's the power steering pump.
What would cause a chirping noise under the hood of a 2003 F350 King Ranch It makes the noise whether the ac or heat is on or not?
A glazed belt can make that noise. Try rubbing a bar of soap on the belts and start it up. If the noise goes away temporarily, replace the belts.
some posibilities are Brake lining worn out(metal on metal), no oil in the differential, Gears could be sheared off...ect. very hard to dianose such a vague question. what kind of 95 gm van? venture, full size, cube? when does it make the grinding noise? if it does it when the brakes are applied ...
Not sure but it could be that the car's heater unit water has air in it. If so I believe this can be caused by exhaust gases coming from a leaking cylinder head gasket.
It is definitely possible that being rear ended can cause the mass airflow sensor to go bad. If the exhaust system has been damaged, it will effect the airflow. Also the impact itself may have jarred the sensor loose.
The noise is possibly the electric fuel pump that is located inside the fuel tank. The tank is located under the vehicle below the rear seat.