Questions & Answers for: bad tires making roaring noise


tires on it and that didn't work. Doesn't seem like a vibration problem as much as just a loud roaring noise when you get it up to speed. One of the front wheel bearings are bad. Jack it up and see if

Ad put on. Guess what, the roar is just as bad. What could it be? The noise just changes with speed and doesn't change when turning the car's wheel as might be an indication of bearing failure. ...


Question about 2003 Protege

1 Answer on it and I get a good amount of noise once I pass that 20 mph point. It makes the same but slightly louder roaring and vibrating noise while braking once I reach the 20 mph point, I experience ...

...bad bearing i would replace the all. its most likely the ring gear and pinion noise in the rear end those vehicles are notorious for that i know mine is and everyone that i know that has owned those ... An aggresive tread design, like a mud and snow tread, can create road noise that becomes more noticable at higher speeds. Bad wheel bearings can also produce a "roaring" sound, especially ...

Question about 1999 Windstar

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...bad but would not cause play, this also is true for the front tires. Most front end shops at tire retailers will do a free inspection of the front end, I suggest you have this done ASAP as driving ...

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