Question about Cars & Trucks
Not sure about this one, as you haven't said where the scraping comes from, left or right, front or back. But it seems that it could be one of the tires may be touching a fender or it could be a wire caught in between the wheels and the brake housing, or perhaps it may be a piece of scrap metal caught somewhere. You have no idea how many things can get caught under the car. However, if it is internal scraping, have a friend or family member to listen while you do these turns in an empty car park. You'll find the culprit in no time.
Posted on Nov 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: i have a 2004 jeep
yes when you make the absoulute full turn your hearing like a hissing noise this is normal if this is what your hearing then problem solved but if has a different sound than that like a rubbing sound then check the fender wells to see is there is any rub marks this can be corrected by putting in a turn stopper
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
the security light will flash and disable the fuel injectors preventing the car from starting, if it thinks that it is being stolen. its easy to fix. set the parking brake to turn off the automatic headlights. next turn the key to the on position and wait ten minutes. the security light should stop flashing. then turn the key off and this will reset the security system. it should start immediatly afterwards.
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
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