Question about Cars & Trucks
High road noise comes from over inflated tyres---tyre tread pattern---tyre construction (ply rating). It comes from hard insulators in the suspension pivots(rubber/ plastic bushes )If the shock absorbers are worn or seizing up the extra noise is transferred to the body You have the year as 2014 but I suspect you meant 2004 in which case the rubber bushes may need replacing as the insulating qualities would be lost due to age.
Posted on Jul 22, 2013
Testimonial: "Thank you but it is a 2014, Yes, new. Sorento. Tires are set at 33 PSI as recommended on the door pillar. We now ave 2,000 km on it and no change in road noise. Still very high."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Humming bird caught in the engine cooling fan blade?
On a more serious note: It is absolutely impossible to help you figure out what is causing your noise without being able to hear the noise. Some engine noises can be very difficult to diagnose when you have the car right in front of you.
I would recomend taking the car by the local auto repair shop and see if one of the techs will loan you a professional ear.
Posted on Mar 24, 2012
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