Why do I hear a grinding noise when I drive?

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  • Abu Asyraf
    The Most Common Causes

    When your car is making a grinding noise, most often that means there is a problem with the: Brakes. Wheel Bearings. Power Steering Pump.
    30 dic 2019
  • How do you test a driveshaft center support bearing?

    Part of a video titled How to Diagnose a Faulty Driveshaft Center Support Bearing - YouTube
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    A faulty bearing typically starts out as a clicking sound eventually growing to a growling soundMoreA faulty bearing typically starts out as a clicking sound eventually growing to a growling sound which can sometimes be felt through the body of the vehicle.
  • How long do CV axles last?

    How long do CV axles last? Generally speaking, CV axles can last up to 100,000 miles. However, because different cars are driven on different types of terrain, there are still some instances where the CV axle can end up wearing out faster. That's why you need to know the symptoms of a bad CV axle.
  • Why do my CV joints keep breaking?

    Why do CV joints break? The main culprit is shock loading, like when a spinning wheel lifts off the ground and then lands hard; something that can happen fairly often with an independent suspension system because of the usually limited amount of travel.
  • Where are CV joints located on a car?

    drive shaft
    Constant velocity joints, or more commonly known as CV joints, are located at each end of the drive shaft. They connect the wheels to the axles as well as to the transmission.
  • What is drive shaft and joint?

    The drive shaft and U-joints provide a means of transferring engine torque to drive axles. The universal joints allow the drive shaft to move up and down, to allow for suspension travel.