Question about 1997 Ford Aspire
I have recently had one rear and one front wheel bearing changed and was hoping this would get rid of the grinding noise at the front. However I have found that it still makes the grinding noise. even when stationary when I have my foot on the accelerator, please help!
If the noise does not go away when the vehicle is not moving then your problem is in the engine or one of the components.
Belt Tensioner Bearing
Power Steering Pump
Try to identify the source by having somebody step on the gas while you check the noise. If not sure where it is coming from, get a 3 ft. piece of garden hose,place one end on your ear and touch the items I mentioned, making sure to avoid touching movig parts.
If the noise comes from the Power Steering Pump, check the fluid, if Ok,Replace it. The same goes for the other items.
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