IPod damaged, there is a small dent in the back toward the bottom right corner, Im not sure if that has anything to do with it. When I turn it on, the Apple logo appears and the grinding/clicking noise starts. I can also feel the grinding. Im fairly sure it is the hard drive inside trying to turn. That screen with the iPod with the exclamation point pops up with the support website at Apple. Then it just shuts off. The computer isnt recognizing it either.
Its about 2 years old and the warranty is out, i just want to know if i can get the songs back.
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it can be any part of the front suspension or brake system including drive train damage jack up right side and with wheel still on place hands at top and bottom of wheel and push and pull in and out if movement usually a ball joint but ball joints dont give off a grinding noise ===now grab tire at the 9 and 3 position front and back -push and pull if loose possible tie rod damage or steering component damaged this also doesnt give off a grinding noise unless bent into a turning part =====turn wheel and listen and look at cv axle and around brake area if noise remove wheel and now inspect brake caliper ,brakes ,hub and axle for noise these components can give you your grinding noise repair or replace damaged components the other tests performed were for possible damaged parts since wheel was bent inward
if the clicking noise happens when turning the wheels while driving, the most likely problem is the output axle shaft ( drive axle ) when the boots rips you loose grease and they start to grind and clicking and brake away. ( recommended to bring to an auto repair shop ) roughly price on drive axles are $125 for the part and 1.5 hours labor.
Now, if those noises could be duplicated without driving ( just moving the steering wheel side to side ) it could be a bad ball joint or pitman arm.
I really don't think that the brake light is related. I would go straight to your mechanic and avoid all pot holes and drive slowly. Good luck.
im a mechanic i got a 96 ram- randomly occuring grinding noise coming out of my front diff. i replaced the vaccum shift motor assembly on my day off, took 7 hours and kicked my ***, im thinkin the problems gona be fixed i get 100 yards out of the shop and the same noise is goin on. ITS REALLY STUMPING ME couple of other options that im going to go after next- the shift fork is bent, the splines on the axle are damaged and now theres metal floating around in the fluid, transfer case out of adjustment, or some kind of vaccum problems i belive it runs off of transmisson vaccum because the lines run that way not towards the motor. hope that can help if i solve my problem ill give an update
Lets do this, remove the bean hopper, and make sure there are no beans in the burr chamber. Then looking down at the collar with the numbers back up screw if there is one on it. Now if memory serves me right clockwise is coarse and counter is fine. Look down in the burr chamber, notice the nut in the middle, turn it with your fingers that will move the bottom burr, if burr turns freely we will move on if not plug in grinder and let it grind out remaining beans. With beans gone unplug grinder, then turn collar towards fine until you cannot go no more, now try turning nut it will be hard if not impossible to move, turn collar towards coarse until you can barely move bottom burr with fingers, you will hear and feel the burrs touching, that will be our bottom setting. Now pick a spot on the grinder you can use the small notch in the middle, count out 16 notches towards coarse and turn collar to that point. Use the notches around the collar not the ones on the top next to the numbers. Your grind should be almost perfect, depending on blend and machine you might have to adjust 1 notch to the left or right after testing.
plug it in to a computer and open the ipod program. im pretty sure if you try to reset your ipod it will open the normal screen and say nothing is on it no memory or files or even space to put anything. just click restore one it shows your ipod could have been watter damage or something
wouldn't be surprised if it turns out to be a toner cartridge. Have you had to replace it sine the noise began? Is it remanufactured / compatible? I won't be surprised if the grinding stops once it's replaced. Just my 2 cents.