Question about 2001 Chevrolet Blazer
If its just one tire making noise check brakes and backing plates and axel bearing on that side also e-brake could be hung up think some of those blazers have aluminum calipers if disc brakes and love to seize up
Posted on Apr 13, 2015
Have the rear universal joints checked for seizing
Posted on Apr 12, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check rear axle on the driver side and check the fluid in the transfer case and also check the brake calipers and there is also a rear pad inside of the router if the pads a bad you will get a clicking noise
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
Remove the rear rotors to check the emergency brake pads. The rivets can rust and the pads will slide around. They will click at slow speeds. Drove me crazy for weeks.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
I had the same problem that based on interner research is common for Fords trcuks/suvs. The common problem fro rear humming "rubbing"sound might be the rear wheel bearings/seal. These will need to be replaced as it will progressivly get worse and the noise louder and eventually the bearings can sieze. I would hesitate to take to a ford dealer if I were you as it can run $500-900. Take to mechanic that knows how to replace wheel bearings and seals. My mechanic replaced them for about $150. and the bearing and seals are around $40. A good way to test this is to raise the wheel were you can freely spin by hand...if does not spin or there is a lot of friction then it might be the wheel bearings.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
Sounds like you have something rubbing, since you are not loosing air and there is nothing else to hiss,, an exhaust leak would have a different sound. I have seen debris get wedged in the brakes and make a noise when you are underway. The sound would vary, depending on what sort of debris it is. I would remove the wheel and look for the culprit. Your brakes may need to be religned as well. Sometimes the audible brake wear sensor will make a noise like that. Good Luck! I hope this is very helpful!
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
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