My Car is making a really loud noise, and vibrates. We have had it looked at by many auto shops. No one seems to know what's wrong. We have replaced the engine, tires, exhaust, and had tuneup,& the transmission serviced. What are we to do?
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it sounds as if the blower motor is off ballance maby the blower cage cracked or the pollen filter is in wrong or wrong filter ,have it taken out and looked at and send the bill to who ever changed your pollen filter
I don't think so.They seem to be on top of the situation more than the dealer for 1 thing.For vibration,I don't really think a compression test would show anything.That would be more of a loss of power issue.If that shop did not think the other 2 mounts were bad enough to require replacement,the answer is probably somewhere else.If this is an automatic,when do you put it in neutral?At lights or long stops?I would like to know the answer for that please.It could just be the age of the car and normal wear and tear is causing it but if the vibration is bad enough to post here,there could be something.I have a 1995 Escort wagon with 135k miles and it shakes a little bit.Anyhow,just comment here and I will get an aoto link back here to see what you said.
You need to jack up the car and check that wheel right away. You may have a bad bearing and/or spindle. A front end problem like this is very dangerous so please check or have checked asap. The car should not be driven till this problem is repaired. The axle joint may be causing the clicking or the bearing. But if it looks as if the wheel could fall off don't drive it to a repair shop if you are not repairing have it towed.
check the level of fluid. fill it up to the proper level... turn the steering wheel all the way to the right stop and hold it there.. you should hear a noise... that's bleeding the air out of the system... now turn it all the way to the left and do the same... check the level and top up if necessary. if this doesn't fix it the rack and pinion my be in need of replacement or the steering pump.
Sounds like your brake calipers are locking up your tires.I had a friend with the same car that had the same problem the next stop you should make is the auto shop.I would not drive any more until you get them looked at.Its not really the car that's warming up its your brakes one way that you can tell is if you smell a really strong odor coming from your brakes.When you put it in reverse your unlocking the brakes from the drum or disc.