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My tractor GC2610 makes a clacking sound to the left rear wheel, and sometimes to the right wheel.

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Could be outer axel bearing going bad. Are the axel seals leaking? If not, make sure lug nuts are tight. 80 Ft. Lbs. of torque to lugs in a x patern

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There is a clacking sound from the left tyre while moving on a rough surface and on low speeds


OK so it's your CV axle most likely during slow revolutions it clacks and makes noises so replace both sides to ensure transmission/engine performance stays optimal to power applied to the road. The other cause of noises in that area are due to the wheel bearings needing replaced usually and sometimes repacking the bearings instead. On your car if the axle passes through the wheel it has to ride on something to control balance and torque across the drive shaft. I would replace both front driver and passenger side wheel bearings and the CV axles on both sides please be smart people and replace parts like these in pairs/ together the reason being after you replace one side you drive a few months or less and the other side goes out almost always soon after the other I would say over 75% of the time let it be bearings/u-joints/CV axles or other crucial parts. Hope this helps please take my word and fix it right the first time and please buy the better parts not the cheapest parts out there if you want quality/ safety than buy the better or best parts never just the good or OK parts

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cv axles going bad?wheel bearing? but you said clicking so i would say cv axles, if its manual check trans fluid, humming can also be the alternator increasing sound with speed overinflated tires etc be a little more descriptive click click? tock tock? clack clack?left side? right side? only when turning? is the licking and the hummming together or seperate

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2002 grand am gt sedan right front clack, and popping when turning or slowing down


If you hear a clacking sound esp. while turning. Sound like your CV joints (constant velocity) or Front Wheel Drive axle.

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My 1991 honda accord is a stick shift and when i'm driving sometimes it sounds like something is grinding and a repair tech at AAMCO told me i needed a new slave cylinder. does this sound correct


well i hope he is.. cause there are many thing that will cause that, for example the grinding noise from the transmission is a broken gear in the Gear box. (transmission).. The only way to be sure is to actually observe it our selves which we cant. In this case i would advise you trust the tech and if needed get a second opinion. However if you can answer these question we should be able to help.

is there any other sounds or vibrations while driving ??
where is the sound coming from ?? (what part of the car like left side front wheel)..

does the rims get hot ??
is there a clacking sound while turning left or right hard.
is the noise constant and increases with speed ? (if its this one chances are its a wheel bearing)

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My car makes a bad growling noise. Everyone said that it was a front wheel bearing because that tire was worn down really bad on the outside. I replaced the passenger front wheel bearing, and it is still...


WHEEL BEARING USUALLY STARTS MAKING A ROARING TYPE NOISE WHICH USUALLY GETS LOUDER THE FASTER YOU DRIVE, SOMETIMES THEY WILL BE LOOSE , TO CHECK JACK UP THAT WHEEL AND GRAB TOP AND BOTTOM OF TIRE AND SHAKE, IF THERE IS MOVEMENT, TRY TO GET SOMEONE TO ROCK TIRE FOR YPU AND WATCH WHERE AXLE GOES INTO CENTER OF BEARING AND SEE IF AXLE IS MOVING WITH TIRE MOVEMENT AND SPINDLE REMAINS STATIONARY, THEN IT IS BAD BEARING, OR SOMETIMES THERE WILL BE NO MOVEMENT, THEN BLOCK REAR WHEELS AND RUN CAR WITH THAT WHEEL IN AIR AND SEE IF YOU HEAR NOISE, GOOD LUCK.

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If its a rapid clack time then it could be the battery terminals need to be cleaned, it could also be the starter solenoid mounted on the fire wall has loose nuts corroded or the ignition wire from the key switch the round connector can wear out and not make contact. So check those things first if you have a test light I can give you the procedure to test the cables and solenoid.

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A clacking or popping noise on turns means one of the CV joints is bad. A scraping sound means you need to oil the steering wheel support bearing, or maybe something like loose change fell between the steering shaft and collum.

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