Question about 2005 Mitsubishi Pajero 3.2
Cv axles going bad?wheel bearing? but you said clicking so i would say cv axles, if its manual check trans fluid, humming can also be the alternator increasing sound with speed overinflated tires etc be a little more descriptive click click? tock tock? clack clack?left side? right side? only when turning? is the licking and the hummming together or seperate
Posted on Nov 25, 2013
Testimonial: "Hi Eliecer and thanks.The clicking is not constant and not as a result of turning ,its not a clack clack it almost sounds like a bolt is over tightening.I only hear it at very very low speeds speeds,almost a standstill.The hum is separate from the clicking and seems to come from the front right side,same with the clicking noise though. I will check the tyre pressure and I have engaged neutral whilst driving and the hum remains so it isn't the transmission? Many thanks for your help."
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