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If its when you first turn the key on, its your fuel pump. no problem, its just it turning on

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Hi my I own a 2002 ford explorer that have a humming noise from the back axle. Also I have a rattling in my engine any help


for the humming check the rear tires for uneven wear. if the are choppy that will couse a humming noise. next check the axle seals, if they leak the rear diff will run low on fluid and cause the bearings to make noise. if the seals are leaking the rear diff will have to come out and be inspectec for internal damge,last possability is the rear wheel bearings they can be checked by raising the vehicle and moving the tire in and out to see if there is slack if there is movement from in and out they will need replacement, the have to be pressed in so you might want a shop to do that repair

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