My caravan has been making a noise like cards in the spokes of a bike tire for a little while. Usually it is quiet in park but makes the noise most other times. Now my OBD light just came on and I'm wondering what the problem is.
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I thought it was the CV axle in mine as well. I had a Chrysler Pacifica and had the CV axles repaired. The clicking noise continued (Almost reminds you of a card in a bike tire spoke.) Turns out it was the emergency brake. They had rusted on the driver side and were falling apart. They finally rusted off. When I had those replaced, the clicking noise was also gone. =)
The scraping noise may be a "tire rub," where one or both front tires are rubbing the wheel wells during a turn (going forward or backing up). Cause: possible ties size may be a little larger than the tires specified by Dodge for the vehicle. Check: the driver's door panel, which will show manufacturer-recommended tire sizes and inflation pressures.
sounds like it may be bad wheel hub bearing. wen going down road with no traffic steer left then right left right and see if noise gets louder and softer wen weight shifts from side to side. if it does u may need to get new hub bearings
does the noise come from the front? could be a warped rotor. when you step on the brakes a warped rotor causes the pads to rattle because its not flat any longer.turning the rotors will fix this. hope this helps