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Car roaring at 60 MPH.
The noise you may be hearing is the rear axle bearings at high speeds. The vehicle should be checked by a qualified mechanic and the rear engine may need all the axle bearings replaced or the gears may need to...
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Loud roar from tires
Hi. This situation requires immediate attention. The symptoms seem to indicate either a tire failure, or brake issue, related to brake caliper/pads, or warped rotor. You can remove the wheel and inspect the tire for bulges or damage, and also...
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SUV rear end has roaring, grinding noises
Hello. The way to fix this problem is to replace the rear differential with a new one. You could also have the existing differential rebuilt in order to stop the problem. Another option would be to replace the damaged differential...
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Loud roaring sound from engine when accelerating
It sounds like you have an exhaust leak. An exhaust leak can cause a Check Engine Light. It will give the O2 sensors a false reading. The exhaust runs nearly the length of the car and consists of two catalytic...
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Loud roaring but turbo cannot be heard, no changes in horsepower
If you are not hearing your turbocharger while accelerating but the vehicle still accelerates as normal, I would not consider this an issue to worry about. However, if you don't hear the turbo and you feel that your vehicle is...
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Roaring from front passenger side tire
Hey there. The front wheel bearing on this vehicle is a pressed in type bearing. The hub will need to be pressed out of the old bearing in order to press out the hub wheel bearing and press in the...
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What could be the cause of a loud roaring noise when I apply my brakes?
Hi there. Typically, there are two mechanical parts that can cause this type of noise as they begin to wear out. The first and most common culprit is brake pads that have worn and are actually grinding on the rotor....
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Loud roaring sound - 2008 Honda Ridgeline
Hi there. In many cases, the loud noise you're hearing upon start-up is related to a loose drive or serpentine belt. The fact you hear this noise when you turn might indicate that the power steering pulley or drive belt...

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