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It makes a whirring shown like a fan slowing down all the time when driving

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Maybe the fan clutch hub is bad

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My 2002 dodge Durango makes a loud roaring noise when I first start it in the morning. And does it when I drive. Its a little loud then the normal. What causing it?


check to see if it has a viscous fan hub. if so then it is the hub action doing what it is sup[posed to do. When the engine is shut down for a period of time the fluid is allowed to flow back to the drive section of the unit . ON start up it virtually locks the hub so that the fan is travelling at full engine rpm and the noise you hear is the air flow through the radiator After about 30 seconds to a minute the fluid is pumped back to the reservoir and the fan hub drive slips and the fan slows down and the noise goes. IT will come and go on a properly operating hub as the coolant temperature engages and disengages the hub drive . You should notice it at stop lights , slow moving traffic and hard work at high rpms.

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It makes a whirring shown like a fan slowing down all the time when driving,and caliper doesn't seem to be releasing right.


whirring noises are usually bearings here is a good test drive down the road and act like a down hill skier criss cross back and forth does noise change then it is front wheel bearings does not then it is rear differential bearings.

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Probably needs to be serviced the fan motor gets dusty and came make the noise.

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2001 Hyundai Tiburon making a type of whirring noise in front end


Wheel HUB bearing... find out which one (possibly both).

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lf its not broken don.t fix it. otherwise replace starter. Sound like the overrun clutch is dammaged

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It is your power steering pump. The solution is to replace the P/S fluid resevoir and fill or flush the system.

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99 cavalier battery light comes on but new battery....


it sounds to me like it could be the alternator im afraid but the only real cheap way to tell is time. if you continue to drive this and keep a check on wether it still starts or lights dim, with it being a new battery it is going to take a while fot it to go flat. if it does then try not to drive it too much as this will break it and cost you even more.

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97 4runner making a low whirring noise/whine from engine.


Could be a possible break down of the plug wires. Seems that I remember hearing if your plug wires are breaking down inside and if its up against the motor you can hear something that sounds like interference in your radio. Just a thought, might want to check it out.

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Whirring noise from the front of car as you drive.


I would first rule out the possibility of a "rough" tire making the noise. You can move the two front tires to the rear of the vehicle and see if that changes the noise any. If it does, you might have a worn tire that needs replacing or a tire that has worn unevenly and should be rotated and balanced more often....

Good luck..

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