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My Jimmy making a whomping noise when stopping.

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Check brakes and wheels

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SOURCE: My 2006 Chevrolet Z71 has been making a roaring

sound like a loose engine mount..have mounts checked

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SOURCE: right turn wobbling noise

check the drive axles and hub bearings checked

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My engine makes a whomp whomp whomp sound when under load and particularly when accelerating. I'm trying to find out what the cause of the noise is. Is it a vacuum issue? A valve issue? Mounts?


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wheel bearing ?
Was rear wheel bearing making a whomp whomp noise as you have been driving ?
You could have a seized wheel bearing - which is not good to drive on and eventually may lead to wheel being seized onto axle !
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Only when moving? Does pitch change with speed of vehicle?
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Right turn wobbling noise


check the drive axles and hub bearings checked

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I have a roaring noise under the hood of my 06 chevy Z71


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