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Tire noise already replaced tires

Repetative and speed sensitive mechanic could find nothing wrong with car

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Tyre noise come from wheel alignment out and the tread pattern on the tyres . Have a wheel alignment done starting on the rear end first as it affects the front alignment.. Check CV joints and wheel bearings for serviceability and adjustment.

Posted on Feb 16, 2014

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SOURCE: a flopping noise

I've had the wheel bearings go out 2x on my '01 .. and the noise starts out similar to a flopping noise. Its kind of hard to describe - but if it seems to be coming from just one side of the car - I'd have that checked. It's not too terribly expensive.

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SOURCE: Noise from rear axle

You most likely have a bad wheel bearing. Jack the car up to the extent that the rear wheel is of the ground pull in and out on the top of the tire if you feel any free free play or loosness do not drive the vehicle untill you get it fixed. Check both sides as it can be dificult to determine wich side the noise is comeing from.

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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SOURCE: We just bought a 2008 PT Cruiser with brand new

it could be the type of tires. depending upon tread design an purpose of tire. ie mud and snow, high performance. i would ck to see if the tires are directional. if they are and someone unwittingly rotated the wrong it would do this. you should be able to tell by looking at the sidewall. there should be an arrow showing proper rotation.

Posted on Sep 17, 2009

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SOURCE: RATTLING NOISE ON THE PASSENGER SIDE FRONT TIRE

The first thing to check on a rattling noise is if going over minor bumps in the road if that is when it makes noise is a sway bar link, they make a rattling noise. If you raise that wheel up you might also want to try and wobble the wheel to be sure it is not a tie rod end or ball joint. Typically I run into the sway bar links or the sway bar bushings making the noise. However ive even seen it be a rock sitting on the strut plate.

Posted on Jul 24, 2010

SOURCE: Spare tire impossible to drop when I had a flat.

All vehicles that have a tire under the body,
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You can not leave then out in the weather,
to rust away the mounting holes and not be
able to get down when needed.

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