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This could be one of two things. We will first start with a wheel bearing. When you are driving, does the growling noise get louder as you go faster. Some times is will sound like you have a helicopter flying beside you depending on how bad the bearing is. The second thing that could be causing the growling noise is your transmission. There are also bearings inside your transmission that could be causing the noise. If you have a cvt transmission, you have a 120,000 mile warranty and can have it repaired at no cost to you. You will just have to go to a nissan dealership.
It sounds like you may have a wheel bearing/ hub assembly starting to go bad...You can check this by jacking up the front end and checking for slight play in each wheel when you try to move tire in a side to side,and up and down motion basically But you just want to use a wiggle motion...you should be able to feel a bit of excessive play in the side which is going bad...One side will be tight with no play,and the other will have some play if the wheel bearing hub assembly is going bad...
Hi, Try to put some oil in bearing of motor. For oiling the motor bearing you have to open the top cover. Be sure to remove the power before opening the treadmill. Normally bearing makes noise may be because of insufficient lubrication Or the bearing itself is faulty. Check is the lubricating reduces the noise or not. if not then you have to call for a repair man to change the bearing or replace the motor. un the following link you can fin the motor for your treadmill. Be sure that the power is remove before opening. because all treadmill's motor control circuits are live if there is power. Motor
for the check engine light:
-you can go to auto zone and have them hook it up to the computer for free!!!!!
for the squeaky cricket noise:
-could possibly be a wheel bearing starting to go bad, or possibly a wear sensor on the brakes....
that is only if it makes the noise when the vehicle is in motion.... if the sound is there while it is sitting still, then you could have a pulley bearing going bad... hope this helps.... please rate this...