Question about 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee
There are lots of possible causes, and they can all be fixed.
One is alignment. If there is a bent tierod or something from hitting a curb, the front tires will be scrapping sideways slightly, and very noisy.
Very high traction tires are also very noisy inherently.
Wheel bearing will also do this, but unlikely at this new age.
Rotating radial tires from one side to another will cause excess tire noise because cords will be slack in the tire. But there is not much that can be done if that is the case except new tires.
Tire pressure either to high or low can be very noisy.
Wheel balance can do it also.
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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