Jan 09, 2007· Best Answer: The sound could be coming from any of the rotating parts. This could be fans for your case or your chips (CPU, graphics chips, etc). It could also be the motor in your hard drive. It could be as simple as a cable touching one of the fans inside your computer case.
Aug 16, 2011· Faint Grinding noise, goes away with speed and Power Steering Leak Haven't posted in a while, but I had 2 questions: 1. My father told me he could hear a noise coming from the front right side on his 02 Ody. Now when he drove by me, I couldn't hear ANYTHING out of the ordinary. I jumped in the van with him and upon turning the A/C off and radio ...
A harsh grinding noise often indicates trouble in the compressor. This vital component is what sends the refrigerant through the air conditioner's lines and allows for heat exchange. Compressors operate similar to motors, with pistons that compress the refrigerant inside.
Jan 02, 2009· The grinding noise is almost always apparent when accelerating at low speeds, especially in 1st, 2nd and 3rd gear. Sometimes, however, there grinding noise is not there, but only for a moment. There are very brief periods where the engine sounds perfectly smooth, but the grinding resumes seconds later.
Troubleshooting Car Front Suspension and Wheel Problems from Noises or Rumbling Sounds. Updated on January 25, 2017. ... It sounds gets louder when I exit the highway . No grinding noise or clicking. It's like a whopping noise. The wheels have no play at all. ... It was very faint at first and in only heard it once in a while but now its ...
2006 Silverado 4X4: At low speeds I can hear a faint grinding noise that appears to be synchronous with the rotation of the front passenger wheel. I recently had the brakes and rotors replaced. However, it does not appear to be linked to the brakes because whether or not I use them has no affect on the noise.
I just had new brake pads and machined rotors installed. When coming to a stop the car makes a faint grinding noise. Mech said rotors didn't get machined right the first time. He remachined them and now the noise is a little louder. Also I still have to push somewhat far down to start to slow. HELP
Feb 15, 2018· 2015 - Present Ford F150 - Faint Grinding Noise When Stopping - I just started noticing a faint grinding like noise/vibration when coming to a stop. Its not metal on metal brake pads, I know exactly what that sounds like, lol. Read More.
Clicking/grinding Noise from Wheel Area While Car is Moving on Ford Edge Front right tire area. Replaced brake pads and calipers to no avail. Happens when driving slow and making turns in parking lots, entering driveway,etc.
May 22, 2012· Grinding noise coming from driver's side front wheel. ... There is a very faint sound at high speeds, but only after it has heated up quite a bit. ... Scraping Noise From Wheel While Driving ...
"That grinding noise when braking usually indicates that there are no pads left and the rotors need to be replaced," says Carol Nofsinger of highly rated Nofsinger's Auto Repair in Lombard, Ill. If you hear grinding and delay repairs, you're creating more potential damage and danger.
Jun 28, 2005· I noticed this noise coming from my 's 97 Eclipse about 2 months ago. When driving and turning the wheel just a little bit to the right or make a full right hand turn, there is a rubbing/grinding noise. 2 months ago the noise was faint, but noticeable.
May 31, 2013· This is a discussion on faint but noticiable grinding sound when decelerating in 2nd within the Transmission & AWD forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; hey all, so i currently own a 13 WRX sedan, 3 weeks old, about 1500k on it. The issue: Noticed ...
Oct 05, 2012· I've just bought a new laptop but whenever I turn off the computer, after the hard drive's heads would have retracted and as the platters begin to spin down, I hear a faint grinding noise that ...
Aug 27, 2012· Today, almost all the way to work (20 miles) started to get a faint grinding from the front end. When I got to work, looked for obvious stuff stuck to the axle, but nothing. Going home, it was quiet at first, but after 20 miles, same noise.
Most of the time when I brake at low speeds I hear a clicking type sound, that is fairly faint. I do NOT hear squeaking, grinding or any high pitched noises that might indicate my brake pads are wearing down, or anything that sounds really bad.
I begin to hear a really faint wheel bearing grinding noise beginning at about 20 MPH, and most people should be able to hear it at about 25, and the noise is difficult to ignore at 30. Do you think I can drive it another 100-200 miles?
I hear a very faint noise from the power steering pump, the sort of noise one normally hears when the steering wheel is turned hard left or hard right against its stops. That indicates to me that either you're getting a little belt slippage or the fluid in your power steering reservoir is a bit low so the pump is cavitating (sucking air).
Mar 12, 2006· I have a relatively new car. It only has 13,000 miles on it and is less than a year old. Most of the miles on it are highway miles. Recently I've noticed that when my brakes are cold (like when I first start up the car in the morning), I hear a faint grinding noise coming from the rear wheels (I think it's coming from the rear).
What to Do When Your Hard Drive Is Making Noise This troubleshooting should take anywhere from 15 minutes to a few hours, depending on the cause of the hard drive noise. The very first thing you should do is make sure the hard drive is the actual source of the noise and not a different hardware component.
If the power steering pump pulley was on too tight it would likely make more of a grinding or whirring noise than a similar whine to what you heard before. The fact that the new pump didn't turn very easily makes me wonder if it was faulty out of the box as the pulley should turn smoothly on a new pump.
Q: I am just starting to hear a kind of wurring noise in the rear wheel area while driving could it be the brake shoes or drums ? My car has 187653 miles. My car has an automatic transmission. Hi Kenney. Thanks for writing in to...