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post #1 of 14 Old 12-17-2010, 03:26 PM Thread Starter
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65 mph + loud humming sound ??

So I get on the freeway and everytime I go over 65 I get this loud humming sound from the front of the truck, anyone got any ideas of what it could be

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I just noticed a similar thing in my truck. Mine is when above 60 mph. but only when I let off the throttle, and just for a few seconds.

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I wasn't going to reply because after over a month I would think you figured out the problems but Oakleyguy if you sure it's on the front I would think it would be bearing or tire.ab2625 I would think u joint or play in the rear axle,hopefully u joint.Good luck and if you figured it out already please post your findings for other that may have the same ploblems.

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start easy, rotate tires and see if it moves. Anywhere particular in the front end? I hate chasing these gremlins on 4WD's. Most likely is driveshaft u-joint. rears usually wear faster than rears as they are under stress more often. Front axle u-joints also wear and could be your problem.

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While your driving and if you turn slightly one way or the other does it go away? Humming noise general at those speeds your saying will be a front wheel bearing. If its tires it will be there all the time even at 25 MPH you will hear the tires humming. What kind of tires are you running?

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I get a humming sound that comes in clearly at 80mph and goes away at about 85 no idea of what it is i didnt notice it till i lifted it. I dont pay much attention to it because i rarely do 80+


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Is the humming noise associated with any sort of Vibration?
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I had a similar issue with my X, would start humming around 55-65 and go away. I had this issue for over a year. Had bad ball joints, which caused the tires to wear out of round, more humming.... Replaced ball joints, tires, problem still exists but fixed bad tire wear. Ended up being a out of balance drive shaft.

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I get the humming at 65mph too

I have the same hum. '00 F350 7.3L automatic.

Key to figuring out this problem for me is that as soon as I drop it into neutral and the rpms go down, the hum ceases - even though the truck is still going down the road at 65 mph.

Did anyone here solve this?
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