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Re: noise under truck
Most of this problem it came from the dry balljoint, tie rod and broken suspension lower or upper side before you fix the lower suspension try to put grease your balljoint and tie rot or some parts that need to put some grease......
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Clicking noises when turning the steering wheel inside the car is usually due a couple of things, The automatic return of the signal actuator is done by a little cam on the steering wheel and stalk flips back and the clicking should stop. The other major reason is the plastic parts that surrounds the wheel fittings like the signal stalk. They are not serious. If you are hearing clicks from the engine compartment then you should have your steering mechanisms checked, could be serious.
hope this helps - kiri
Hit in the rear axle may have damaged bearings or brake parts. Jack up the side you hear noise from, put on stand, then have helper rotate wheel while you look underneath and listen to see where noise is coming from. Use length of old fuel or heater hose, one end in ear, to locate exactly where noise comes from.
If the noise is heard just at the steering wheel when turned left or right, then remove the steering wheel and apply a little multipurpose grease or white petroleum jelly on a brass band under the steering wheel.
If the noise is heard coming from under the engine bay, check the entire suspension system for worn out ball joints, tie rod ends, rack ends, rubber bushes and shock absorbers.
Check front tyres & wheel bearings espesially the R/H/F. Feel tyre for high / low spots on inside & jack up & spin wheel if you get noise while jacked up it is not the tyres but wheel bearing or brake pads but more than likly a crook bearing by the sound of it. It needs to be tended to ASAP
sounds like this could possibly be a proble with the power steering pump. it may very well just be a little low on fluid and until the engine warms up it will cause a binding/growling noise. hope this helps!
well,if it doesnt change with the wheel turned a little it might be a rear wheel bearing or even a couple of loose lugs on a wheel,or even a brake pad worn down to the rivets,can u give a better description of the noise? (metallic,dull thumping,etc...)