Question about 2007 Nissan Xterra Off Road
Posted by Anonymous on
sounds like you have a pad rubbing on a disk/rotor, if you jolt the brakes does the noise go away? if so it's probably a pad loose
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
Well, not sure if the temps have a direct cause for your problem, but you may want to check the CV joints on your axles. If you have ripped a boot, and lost the grease, that could cause a whinning. There are also a few other things it could be as well............any more info?
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
SOURCE: Clutch or Transmission?
Whining noise is worn gears or low on transmission fluid. It after reading your post, sorry to say but you were low on transmission fluid and your transmission needs to be replaced. You gear box has seized and every time you release the clutch even in neutral will kill your engine. The transmission shaft may have seized on the bearings in the transmission case, regardless you need a new or rebuilt transmission. Good luck friend and sorry for the bad news. Keep me posted.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
I would have someone check the U-Joints on the drive shaft. When they go bad they will cause a vibration when you are driving down the road. Taking your foot off the throttle stops it because the torque is being applied to/by the driveshaft any longer.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
Probably a disc brake pad scraping on a warped rotor as it goes around. When you apply the brakes the warped rotor causes the car to pulse or shake as the rotor goes around and applies the brake unevenly. You need a front brake job.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
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