If the whining sound is heard above 25mph and gets louder with speed, it possible that you're hearing either a wheel bearing starting to fail, or the tread is starting to wear uneven. I recommend checking the tire tread first, and if everything looks OK, have the wheel bearings checked.
My 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee makes a weird whining noise when sitting in traffic with my foot on the brake. If I put it in park, it only seems to do it when the vehicle is warmed up. It also made the noise when I was backing into my carport when turning the steering wheel. The noise only lasts for a few seconds then goes away and is fine when driving any ideas?
I have a 04 Impala LS 3.8lt auto, it has developed front end noise on the passenger side, only when turning right. It sounds like a metal clattering noise to me. Turning the s-wheel to right while driving or bumping the s-wheel to right, bing bing bing, like broken spokes hitting metal, is my best guess to describe the sound. Replaced front struts, cv axles, motor mounts, but still have the same noise. Do you have any advice?
My 2002 Sebring is making a knocking and squeaking noise on the passenger rear side. At first, I thought something was rattling around in the trunk, so I emptied it. But it's still there and getting worse every day. It is mostly during in-town driving; when I get on the interstate, it seems to lessen. What could it be? Is it safe to drive?
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