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Three common brake noises I encounter every day: a grinding sound, a thumping If your brakes are grinding, stop driving and call a tow truck. it sounds like a hum noise it may be a wheel bearing starting to make noise.


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I have noticed a loud humming or groaning type noise when I use the brakes to come to a stop after driving at highway speeds of 45 or higher.


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Hi everybody, After reading john's story about humming noise, which probably came from a stuck emergency brake, I thought I share my experience.


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The only thing that makes sense if it only happens in reverse is the brake shoes inside They told me to drive for a couple of hours and see if the noise stops.


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Noise that only occurs when braking is likely a brake problem such as worn pads, not a bad wheel bearing. Tires can cause cyclical noise if the bands have shifted​.


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Strange car sound: A low-pitched hum. While driving, you hear a low-pitched hum. As you accelerate, the noise gets louder—maybe it sounds like an airplane If you hear this cyclical noise even while driving, your brakes may need replacing.


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The noise stops when brakes are applied. Brakes & rotor for driver side front are new! The noise is louder upon having wheel bearings.


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The noise occurs for a second or two right before the car comes to a full stop. No vibration or pulling of the steering wheel of any sort. Car is at.


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The noise stops when brakes are applied. Brakes & rotor for driver side front are new! The noise is louder upon having wheel bearings.


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when i drive the car it starts a humming sound that goes away once i stop. I got all four brakes pads and rotors replaced and still the same noise/vibration.


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Our first suggestion would be to take the car back to the mechanic who did the work and have them check everything over to make sure the job was completed correctly and all fasteners are torqued to specification. It starts at different speeds but always stops when it gets below 5 MPH. Thank you for asking about your Ford Focus. A humming noise could indicate a wheel bearing starting to wear down, which after the impact the wheel incurred, would most likely be the problem. As I turn the wheel slightly right at these speeds the hum goes away. Article right on point. Interestingly, the vibrations are different depending on your vehicle speed. And it got louder as I turned right. On classic cars, wheel bearings were a set of tapered roller bearings on a non-drive wheel or a straight bearing supporting an axle of the drive wheel. Based on your description, it more sounds like an issue with the upper control arm not allowing lateral movement. It can be a good idea to call for a few estimates before choosing a shop to repair your wheel bearing as the prices can vary significantly due to press fees and other incidental labor fees associated with the job. No humming noise or grinding noise is happening… could you give your opinion? Maybe not as loud but yes same noisy humming and results of turning right. I was told wheel bearings and specifically the front right. Many people wonder if vibrations are a common bad wheel bearing symptom. The constant revolutions coupled with the weight of your car will eventually wear out even the best bearings. You may have to do this with the wheels on or off the car to be able to feel the difference. Now I get in my truck last night to test the ride. I have a ford focus. Thanks for your question about your Kia Forte. There was a hum that started at 15mph and got pretty loud at speed. Besides a bad wheel bearing, you may still have a bad CV joint, even with good boots, or it may be worn suspension components. Thanks for your question about your vehicle. I have a Kia Forte we just replaced the cv axle about 2 weeks ago my car is now making a grinding noise while I am driveing and while I turn to the right no matter my speed it grinds we was thinking it was the wheel barring but some say has to do with the brakes I need help. Similarly adding load to the bearing can decrease its life and cause it to go bad early. No matter what type of bearing you have, bad wheel bearing symptoms are the same. Over time the bearing will wear slightly, allowing microscopic pieces of metal into the grease. I found this article in my search for possible answers regarding some symptoms of my Saturn SL2. Here are a few other sounds and symptoms of bad wheel hub bearings:. When I arrived at my destination I checked my CV shafts for torn boots and they seemed fine. Be sure to leave a comment or question on anything that may interest you. The downside is that the bearings cannot be serviced, cleaned or re-greased to once they are worn out the whole bearing must be discarded and a new bearing assembly installed. And thankfully, my ASC Warranty is covering the repair. The wheel bearing seems good with no movement.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Since so much weight is riding on your wheel bearings, and so much load is put on them in corners, even the smallest amount of surface damage to your bearing can cause a lot of noise like a growling or humming or in some cases a grinding noise. My rear passenger tire will move up and down while jacked up…bit not side to side. Without hearing any of the tell-tale noises associated with bad wheel bearings, such as grinding or humming, it would be difficult to say that the bearings are bad without inspection. Is it possible the left wheel bearing is bad too and needs replacing? Alex, what was the problem with your car? Is it possible the wheel bearing is the problem? Oil Leak? Thanks in advance. And the answer is that if the race or rollers in your bearing have become pitted due to wear or from water getting inside the bearing, then yes it will cause vibrations when you drive. A wheel bearing is a set of small steel balls which are held together in a metal ring called a race and help a wheel spin by reducing friction. Both the surface of the rollers and the race are precision machined to tight tolerances and highly polished to allow the rollers to pass easily over the race with the addition of bearing grease for lubrication and cooling. The humming sound you are experiencing would most likely indicate a bad wheel bearing, and being that the right one was just replaced, the left wheel bearing must be the culprit. If your wheel bearing is extremely worn you may also be able to feel the wheel wobble in your hands as you spin it. You can also send an email to our pro for direct assistance! Note I live in the Houston Ireland remember driving my vehicle through some high water up to the door during recent flooding. A wheel bearing will usually fail due to pitting or small damage on the surface of the rollers or the bearing race. I am sitting at a repair spot right now getting my front drivers side wheel bearing replaced. I was driving on a freeway when I accidentally hit a rock in the left front wheel of my car. Unfortunately I noticed this a little over halfway through a 1, mile drive, so I chose to push on and hope for the best. To best way to feel the vibrations is by lifting your wheels off the ground one by one and spinning them to see if one is dragging or rumbling as it spins. If it does, you probably have unevenly worn tires. The dust shield is thin metal and could easily have gotten damaged or bent during the axle replacement. This is because as you turn right you take the load off the front right wheel to the left side. I have a Nissan Titan and just recently begin hearing this humming noise once I get up to around mph and over. Some people have told me that it could be a wheel bearing. Based on your description, it is very possible that you are dealing with a worn wheel bearing. I got a front right wheel bearing assembly from the local parts store and had it put on yesterday. Since this could be a safety issue if it happens at speed, we recommend you having your vehicle looked at by a mechanic as soon as possible. And what you described sounds just like what is going on with my car, and everyone is arguing over it being a wheel bearing or a CV joint. A bad wheel bearing sound is usually a loud hum coming from that wheel sort of like loud road noise from bad tires. Today, most vehicles use a unit bearing pressed or bolted onto the hub or knuckle. Wheel bearings ride on a metal axle shaft and fits tightly inside the hub, a hollow piece of metal at the center of the wheel. These unit bearings are sealed units that cannot be serviced. They showed me the old one and it was full of rust. At freeway speeds, it feels like I have an off-balance tire accompanied by a harmonic singing. Easily search thousands of entries to find exactly what you're looking for. Well, we've got the answers! Good article, and very accurate. Based on your description, it is very possible that the left wheel bearing has gone bad as well. These microscopic pieces of metal, as well as any contamination that gets into the bearing, will wear away at the highly polished surfaces causing pitting and deformation. We recommend starting by rotating your tires to see if the noise changes. The hub holds the lug bolts that you use to bolt the tire onto the wheel. A poorly worn tread pattern could cause the same sounds you are describing. While you have a wheel jacked up, you might also check for loose lug nuts and proper tire pressure. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Got car issues? Humming does not go away turning to the left in a curve etc. It sounds more like one of your CV joints is completely worn out and locking up or the differential in your transmission is broken and similarly causing the problem. Cracked block or leaking radiator? Need advice on a dealing with a blown head gasket? Thank you for asking about your Nissan Titan. A similar noise can come from worn bearings in your transmission or even a low transmission fluid level. If the steering knuckle needs to be removed to replace the wheel bearing on your car, you may also need to replace some suspension components like a lower ball joint or tie rod end as these can be damaged during removal if they are old or worn. Same results! Our best guess is that you have a bad wheel bearing, but it is also possible your actual tires are causing the problems. Having a wheel bearing replaced is a relatively straightforward procedure so you should be able to get a very accurate quote over the phone by providing your year make and model to a local shop. The truth is the thing that most often makes a wheel bearing go bad is simply driving. Bearings are used in all sorts of things we use every day so you might be interested to learn about more uses for bearings! Often times it can be easier to rule out other problems with your car that can cause noise to help prove you really do have a bad wheel bearing. The wheel bearings in your car take a lot of abuse and, not surprisingly, why we get a lot of questions about wheel bearing noise and signs of bad bearings. Not only does a wheel bearing have to support the entire weight of your vehicle while it is traveling over rough roads, potholes and maybe the occasional curb, they also have to take the lateral forces of corners you take and have to do all that while allowing your wheel to spin at thousands of revolutions per minute. At very low speeds less than 5 miles per hour you may be able to actually feel these vibrations as your creep along. Jerk it back left and the symptoms all show up again. My next step will be to jack up the front end and test the wheels like you described here, but I wanted to ask if there might be anything else I should check while I do that, or if you have any other suggestions about what may cause these symptoms. Following the load rating of your vehicle can allow the bearings to live a long and easy life. It sounds like your problem is coming from your transmission or axles.