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ball bearings as in water pump, alternator, idler , ac compressor will be a rumble
heavy knock is a big end bearing
the rumble is repairable by replacing the part , the heavy knock by pulling the engine down
Kia is bad with wheel bearings ;.About 80 to 100k they start going bad. You have to check them physically with a dial gauge or know how to inspect them in other manners. They cause a rumbling sound when they start to go bad.
this sounds like the main bearings have worn out (they start to rumble first) when they start to brake up they rip apart the water seals that are between them and the back of the washers drum, and then it starts to leak water, to test them to see if there claped out,,,, open the door and try lifting the top of the drum lightly , if it lifts a bit then drops back when you let go its the bearings going, now spin it by hand and you will here a rumbleing noise or grinding noise, when the washer is running on spin it will sound like the end of the world is coming???? im sorry to tell you this part is not cheep to fix, its 2-3 hours work?
Rumbling sound is not good. Check to see if it is making the noise with the door open. If so - it probably is a fan blade scraping. If it keeps making the noise - it is likely the compressor - either a faulty relay or capacitor. Or maybe the compressor is faulty. You'll need to be handy with a multimeter to check these out though.
Hello attaboy. You may need to check you ac cord if the noise is in turntable, radio, & cassettte mod. If it has a 3 prong plug than you are missing a GND connection, in the cord or inside the unit. If it has a 2 prong plug than take it back or open it up and replace filter capacitors or bridge rectifiers in units power supply.