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Rumbling sound from rear of vehicle
There can be multiple causes when dealing with a roaring or rumbling sound. A wheel bearing can cause a rumbling sound. When it comes to a rear end or differential it is important that all of the correct shims have...
White smoke from exhaust and car rumbling while stopped or idling.
It sounds like you may be getting oil into the combustion chambers of your engine causing it to burn off in the exhaust. This is the white smoke you see. This may also be related to your idle issue as...
Car not going after turning.
If this only occurs when turning it is commonly a problem with the transmission. The differential assembly in the transmission locks up and causes the vehicle to act this way as the side gears bind after turns. You should enlist...
Car sitting low due to snow weight.
I am from the deep south and do not see any snow, but have been in areas of heavy snow in my career. My first thought would be that the vehicle rear springs were subjected to being compressed for a...
Rumbling while accelerating on a 2001 Honda Prelude
It could be a lot of things. If you are talking about the steering wheel shaking, it can be tire out of balance, it can be a bad tire that's got a rip or tear, the belts could be broken...
Rumbling sound from the exhaust
The AC could have a leaking compressor or condenser, and would need to be checked and tested for the failure. The exhaust rumbling may be the exhaust pipe rusted through. This is common on some of these cars, and would...
Vehicle rumbling at low speeds
The rumbling at low speeds may be coming from a tire. The squealing noise at full turn is most likely a serpentine belt for your power steering pump that needs to be adjusted or replaced. The sagging rear suspension could...
Car rumbles when accelerating for the first time after not using the car for 12 or more hours.
Hi there: What you're describing could be several issues ranging from clogged fuel injectors or dirty fuel filter to electronics related with a problem with the ignition coil or a sensor; even a vacuum leak. If you turn on the...
Strange grinding sound from front end
You may have bent something on that side, notably a suspension part, HOWEVER the fact that you have the noise with the car stationary with the brakes applied is NOT consistent with damage to a suspension part. The car would...
Front passenger side wheel has play after repairs
Hello there. Many different things may be causing play in the front of your 1997 Nissan 200SX. The wheel bearings can definitely be at fault and cause the growling noise. With the bearing already replaced, other possible causes would be...
Rumbling noise upon acceleration
Hello. I believe the circumstance you are experiencing is from a worn component in the rear end, such as a bad wheel bearing or axle. I suggest that you have the rear end of the truck evaluated by a technician....
Rumbling while applying the brakes - 2007 Hyundai Entourage
Hello. If there is a rumbling noise when you apply the brakes, there is certainly a problem with the brakes. From my experience, it is most likely a problem with the rotors or rear drums. It could be that there...
Like rumble noise on pulley system side
I would recommend checking all of the idler pulleys to be sure the bearings are freely spinning on them as these can sometimes wear badly when they are subjected to dirt and debris or severe weather conditions.
Hi i recently replaced my water pump and timing belt tensionerand idler pulley nowcthe car is rumbling at idle do you think the cr
I would first try removing the accessory belt to pinpoint the issue. Once it's off, start the engine and check if the noise is still there. If it is gone then you'll know that the noise is one of the...
Throttle body position sensor
The rumbling noise may be coming from the loose catalyst in the exhaust piping. It would need to be verified by a road test to listen to the noise. If the catalyst is breaking up in the exhaust then the...
Rumbling when coasting - 2007 Chevrolet Trailblazer
Hello. A wheel bearing going bad will definitely cause a rumbling or droning sound as you describe. This will generally get worse as you accelerate as more force is exerted on the bearing and it is caused to turn faster....
Idle and start up issue
A cracked exhaust manifold can make a lot of noise under hood. Even the smallest of cracks can cause a very loud noise. You should have a certified technician, like one from YourMechanic, check the engine and exhaust system to...

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