Question about Cars & Trucks
Look at the driveshafts and the joints in those..if the sound is repitishious(repeats itself )as the vehicle speeds up slowly from a walking speed to a slow roll ,, it will almost sound like a chirping bird.in bad cases it will make a hard thunk sound gong from drive to reverse..there are 2 shafts one at the front and one at the rear.usually the front one fails first because its the smaller of the two..good luck and repost findings please..if its a metallic screeching check the brakes for wear(gm uses a small fingr on the pad to warn of worn pads and it may be to that point..just to be sure..
Posted on Jan 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
im pretty sure its your fluid level (steering) screw top as you stand infront of car right hand side screw top with metal connector attached
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