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post #1 of 9 Old 12-20-2007, 05:50 PM Thread Starter
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I've got a question. When I am driving, whether it be turning or driving straight, particularly at medium speed (45-75) there is a is a little bit of a whine. I can't really figure out where exactly it is coming from but there is no vibration or anything that I can notice. And it is really intermittent. Someday's it'l do and some not. I was thinking wheel bearings...maybe but if the wheel bearing were going out I would think it would start becoming more frequent because this has been happening since I got it almost a yr ago. Any input would be good. Thanks
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everyone sleeping already???
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you go to A&M?

I got no answers to your question though...sorry..
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no, I am not smart enough to go there. Love college station, my sister is goes to school there.
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What kind of tires do you have, sometimes tires can make a whining noise.
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I've got stock size Wild Country radials. I thought it could be the tires also. but I don't really know. I guess I'll know its something else if I start getting some vibration or something else that is unusual. Thanks
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Just kick her out!!!! sorry, couldn't resist
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Is it related to vehicle speed or engine speed? Might be a turbo whine, I can hear mine moaning at certain speeds. Next time you hear it, poke at the gas quickly and then back off, enough to make the tach jump up but not speed, and see if the sound changes.

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yeah, I have tried that too. I had no effect.
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