i have whinning and chirp noise coming from drive belt area also, while driving it makes wooing noise and growling sound when turning. are they related?
Country: United StatesMake: hondaModel: AccordYear: 2006Engine: 2.4L
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Hi,as I posted in the other answer, the wooing and growling is a front hub bearing at one of the front wheels. put the front end in the air and on each tire, grab at top and bottom and shake tire. which ever tire has excess movement, that is side with bad hub bearings. These are a pain to replace as you have to remove the whole steering knuckle, then use a vertical press to remove the hub and then press out the bearing, and then press the new ones in.the whining and chirping is from either a bad drive belt, or from a bad pulley. These are a little harder to narrow down. You will need automotive stethoscope to check. Use EXTREME caution when checking. With engine idling, use the stethoscope to listen to each pulley. At which pulley the noise is amplified, that is the one that is faulty. Again use EXTREME caution as you will be placing the end of the stethoscope by a pulley while the belt is moving. If all are ok, then check the belts. If more than 10 cracks per inch, replace
thank you so much
Hi,you are welcome and have a safe holiday season!
sorry, forgot to say one thing while looking for bad bearing, i tool out cliper and rotor off from front. in park i started the engine and hub was rotating for 3 to 4 minutes than stopped. when i did on driver side it did not spin the hub. it it normal?
thanks so much, it's my last.
Hi,with how the front differential works and cv axles work, this is entirely normal. nothing to worry about on that
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