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Yes, and heat. The noise and the heat will get worse as the bearings progress

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What other issue in the northstar that mimicks an alternator problem?


alternators have only have 3 indications of faults
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With no charge the battery will continually run down and the charge light will be on
With over charge there will be a very hot battery and the smell of sulphuric acid
with noise it will be a high pitched whistle (brushes) or a rumble from a bearing. This noise can be replicated by a bad water pump bearing, bad ac bearing ,bad idler pulley bearing bad power steering bearing or any other item being driven by the drive belt that has bearings.
IT would have helped if you were more specific as to the problems you are having.

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most of the time when there is a humming noise other then a brake noise you have a wheel bearing bad the best way to tell if it is a wheel bearing making noise is while you are driving down the road and the vehicle is making the noise slightly turn the steering wheel left to right if the noise changes at all replace the wheel bearings gm cars are notorious for wheel bearing
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There is a very loud humming noise coming from the front left tire! plz I await your reply. Thks.


You probably have a bad tire or wheel bearing. Either the tire is cupped causing humming noise or grease inside sealed wheel bearing is burnt up. I would take front tire and move to the back of the car. Then drive again. If noise stays the same you probably have a bad wheel bearing. If noise moves to the back of the car than you may need to replace the tire. Most likely it is the wheel bearing, I replace them all the time at my shop

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95 gmc sierra k1500 4x4 5spd manual noise


the leak is probably a separate issue from the noise. is the leak very bad? can you tell if it's engine oil or transmission lube/fluid? most likely the rear main bearing seal needs replacing. the noise is most likely the clutch release bearing. you should replace all components of the clutch assembly which include; clutch plate, pressure plate, release bearing and piolot bearing. also have the fly wheel resurfaced. while the trans is out, you can check the rear main seal and the trans input shaft seal and replace accordingly.

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humming noise usually comes from wheel bearings. did you change that with a new bearing? also choppy or worn tires can cause humming noise that sounds like bad wheel bearings. rotate your tires and see if the noise changes. if so its tires. also even if it sounds like its from the right it could very well be a bad bearing in another location.

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Sounds like a bearing going bad where do i look first


a rod bearing makes noise when you are just barely pulling .. it likely will quiet down as you accelerate and decellerate .. you can rev the engine up a bit then let up on the gas just enough to keep that rpm ..a rod bearing will rattle a lot then ... if a thud like noise happens when you are accelerating . then it could be a main bearing .. if the noise is there all the time and sounds like a rattle then its more likely a valve problem .. old oil can cause the lifters to stick and rattle continuously .. if the noise you hear is a squeal then you could have a bad bearing in the idler pully (for fan belt) or alternator .. if thats the case you can put a drop of oil on the bearings one at a time until the squeal goes away .. that will identify which part is going bad .. there are other less likely bearings that can go bad .. like the cam, distributer, air compressor and water pump .. each have their own type noise ..

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probably have another bad wheel bearing on the other side,,,,gm is bad with wheel bearing,,if you turn left and it gets louder that means your loading the right bearing so the right one would be bad,,,and vise versa for the other direction,,,,

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Noise in front wheels of 97 dodge dakota


this is at least one bad wheel bearing, the bearing that is bad will be on the side of the direction you steer that lessens the noise.

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Likely bad bearings. I've seen these with bad axle bearings, carrier bearings, and pinion bearings all at the same time. Perhaps since the oil thins as it heats up from driving, the noise is more pervelant?

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