01 gmc Yukon rear end make noise when turn any side?
make noise when turn any side
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%DETAILS% It probably is the bearing in the hub in the right rear wheel. My car is doing the same thing after I got my rear bearing changed. I'm guessing that the screwed up. It's your bearings. It cost me almost $300 not including alignment.
What would cause a thumping noise on passenger side rear disc brake when the breaks are applied on a 99 Toyota Avalon just replaced rear pads and turned rotors?
\nI had similar trouble w/my '95 Avalon. More so when turning, and I assumed I'd messed up installing pads. After that checked out okay, I worried about a rear bearing, mostly because noise was more pronounced through turns. Still, our shop had never done a rear bearing or hub on a Toy that we could… recall. And this included MANY high mileage units. There was no play or wobble in the hub/bearing when car was on lift.\n. \nOne afternoon, the thump turned suddenly to a screech. I barely had time to think 'there goes my bearing' when I heard a bang. At the same time, I ran over something with my wheel. As I brought the car to a stop, I realized that the troublesome noise was gone. I got out and found the 'Brake Backing Plate' lying crumpled at the curb - VERY rusty. \n. \nI looked hard for that noise. but never suspected - or inspected - that plate. (MORE)
2WD Astro Vanï¿½s have load problems with their rear differentials. The ï¿½Grinding Noiseï¿½ is a bearing of some type. Axle bearings can be replaced with a moderate to advanced skill set. However any other bearing, pinion, or carrier, require professional tools and a shop press; such an op…eration is beyond the normal means of almost any auto shop and require a shop with a good machinist or straight gear specialist. Bearings that go un-repaired for too long result in misalignment of the pinion ï¿½ carrier set and warping of the axles. None of these operations are easy, or cheap. I am finding that astro vans are very likely to bend the rear end housing. I am fixing mine for the second time now. The axle housing bends and then puts the carier bearings in a bind. also check the outer ends of the axle shafts for bearing wear. Replace the shafts if you see any pitting or galling. Good luck. (MORE)
Who is at fault if you are parked on the side of a road and you pull out because it's clear and someone makes a right turn onto the road behind you and to avoid rear ending you swerve and hits you?
\n. \n Your Fault \n. \nYou, unless you can come up with a better description of this accident.\n. \n It Depends \n. \n. \nIf you were already in the process of pulling out and the front end of your car was already in the street, then it's the other drivers responsibility to stop and …allow you to fully pull onto the road, so it would not necessarily be your fault. Now, if you pulled right in front of the car as they were about to pass you, then it would be your fault since you pulled a maneuver on the road to which you caused someone else to crash. So as the first answer says, it's depends on the circumstances. (MORE)
What is that Thumping noise in tail end of car VW Golf 97 when turning when turning right get noise in rear right and when turning left get it in rear left side had struts replaced no help?
If you lowered the car or had suspension/strut work done you can be rubbing . Answer . The body in the boot?
95 integra w a horrible sqeaking in the front end when you turn the wheel and if you push on the suspension it makes noise any idea where to start looking?
Answer . \na good visual is the first start, and most auto repair shops offer FREE brake inspection..Midas..etc...\n. \nWhen they have it in the air for FREE, ask them to take a look at some of the other things, and tell them of the noise...\n. \nYou don't have to buy anything, and they should… give you a written repair order on your brakes condition...it's a good idea to check your brakes often anyway...:)\n. \nthen go from there... good luck:) (MORE)
What could a loud clicking noise in the side panel of the 3rd row seat of a 2004 Ford Expedition be when the rear air is turned on?
My 03 had the the same problem. Ford ended up having to replace the rear blower motor...it was still under warranty, thank god. . If the air still blows then the blower motor is working. The sound you are hearing is a stripped gear on the flapper motor that operates the blend door. It causes the d…oor to continually close and open. The replacement part costs about $35 from the dealer and is easy to replace once you get all the fascia parts off. (MORE)
What do you think is causing the friction noise coming from the rear wheels of a 1999 GMC Yukon One mechanic said I need a rear brake mechanical kit?
Answer . \nDepends.. it could be a lot of things.. Brake shoes, Brake hardware, wheel bearing, brake drum, etc...
What would make a 2001 Blazer 4wd make a noise like a broken belt in the tire on the drivers side front when turning right at any degree tires have been rotated but still have the noise?
Answer . front wheel bearings-- you need to buy the entire hub assembly---mine cost $377.00 each . If you don't have access to a 1 3/8 in. deep socket you better take it to the shop.
Rear driver's side window will not go down in a 2000 GMC Yukon Denali where do you start to find the problem?
Answer . \nremove the door handle, then the interior door panel. Get the window up and down switch and then begin testing it to see if you are getting current to the switch, and from the switch to the electric motor that drives the window up and down. If you can bypass the switch and jump 12 v…olts past the switch, and the morot works and the window moves, then it's the switch. If you bypass the switch and the motor does not operate the window, then the motor is probably bad. More than likey it is the switch........but these are ways to tell. You will need a multimeter to check voltage levels and a jumper wire to bypass the switch.\nYou should buy a door panel removal tool too. It will save you money before you bust the door panel trying to pull it off. It slips behind the door panel and pops the plastic screws that hold the door panel in place. And mkae sure you look all around the door panel for hidden screws. Designers spend hours trying to hide them from sight. (MORE)
If a rear - end on a 91 Chevy pickup four wheel drive is a little out of line will it make the transmission jerk sometimes or make any kind of noise?
\nmore than likely it is putting a strain on the diff and causing the jeking\ni would get it back in line before it cost you a lot of money
The rear right turn signal indicator on your 1999 GMC Yukon is not working even after we have replaced the bulb. What could be the problem?
Answer . \nI had the exact same problem 5 years ago. Took it to a shop and they said it wasn't the bulbs but the device that the bulbs plug into that was bad. They claimed that GMC used "cheap parts". They fixed it (it wasn't cheap) and not even a month later, the other side went out. They f…ixed that as well. Now, 5 years later, I'm having the same problem again. Been searching this site for answers. Was going to start by trying to replace the bulbs myself, but I can't even seem to get the old bulbs out of their sockets. Is there a special tool you are supposed to use? (MORE)
one reason is that your batterie is deader than a door nail. or you cable connections are loose. if your batterie is dead. something on the car is staying on while the key is on the off position. or if you live in cold weather and the wind is blowing, facing the front of the car twoards the wind can… make the temperature outside the car drop and cold, cold weather can drian a batterie. (MORE)
Answer . Are you sure the noise isn't in the front. Sounds like a right front wheel bearing,which is a common problem on these vans.
Could be, Air in the PS system, Loose/worn PS belt, PS pump going bad, CV axle joint going bad, Wheel bearing going bad,
I would start by checking for leaks then the rear end fluid level, if no leaks and the fluid level is ok next check the u-joints, if it howls there is a problem brewing and I would not run it long howling if its just fluid and not run much filling it up should stop the noise
My 2003 GMC Yukon XL had the same problem after two years. The dealer said a slip shaft in the steering was manufactured with loose tolerances. May have been part of a recall or a service bulletin at one point. They packed it with grease. Have not had a problem since.
What makes a popping noise when hitting a bump or uneven surface and why does your front end make a vibrating noise in your 2005 GMC Sierra?
Answer . You have suspension or steering parts that are loose, broken, or worn out. May also be a loose wheel. This can be a very dangerous situation. I suggest you get this truck on a lift and inspect all the front suspension and steering components before you have an accident. ASAP. I had a clunk…ing in my front end when i hit potholes and bumps. It turned out to be my column needed to be repacked with grease. I didn't use the factory lithium grease, but the thicker red GM stuff. Been fine ever since... that was a year ago. (MORE)
as far as i can tell you just open your door and there should be a plastic cover, pop it off and undo the nuts and bolts, take old mirror out and put new one in.
Answer . Likely a loose or broken strut or shock. Could be the same for a load leveling bar, depending on the vehicle.
92 accord when in 2nd gear making a right turn it makes a clicking noise Do you have any idea what might cause noise?
Answer . Most likely it is your CV joint, you will have to replace the right drive shaft. It's not to hard to do if you have a decent tool set and a Haynes or Chilton repair manual.
Answer . i most likely needs to be greased there are several grease zerts on the front end take it to an oil and lube shop and see if that doesnt fix the problem. Answer . squeaking in the front end could be alot of things. your suspenion need replacing, beaings, loose bolts, or even a loose …bumper. best bet is to have it looked at by a licensed mechanic (MORE)
Had rear end rebuilt on 1998 astro van last year.now it is making a grinding noise in rear end. gets faster with speed?
I am finding that astro vans are very likely to bend the rear end housing. I am fixing mine for the second time now. The axle housing bends and then puts the carier bearings in a bind. also check the outer ends of the axle shafts for bearing wear. Replace the shafts if you see any pitting or galling…. Good luck. (MORE)
I have a 99 1500 had a loud "humming noise" going down the road. after extensive tests and trouble shooting, i found the rear pinion gears were shot. If you can do it safely remove the rear drive shaft plug the hole in the differential, and drive the truck in 4 wheel drive for a short distance if th…e noise goes away, it is probably the gears in the rear diff. (MORE)
On the 1997, 1998 GMC Yukon, the tail light socket, especially the right rear turn signal socket, tend to experience faster wear/ corrosion. Try using a non-conductive compound like painter's caulk while reseating/adjusting the bulb till it works. Let it dry in this position, then reinstall the fixt…ure. Alternatively, replace the light socket module. (MORE)
Honda CR-V 1999 makes a hammering noise when driving coming from the rear right end Noise enhances when making left turn Note rear differential oil has been changed just recently?
u might want to check your rear cv-axles also rear wheel bearings , sometimes when bearings are worn it may takes a little load to start a rubbing, scrapping ,grinding noises or something similar if the axle may be bad also it may take a little load to start a little poping noise or similar to a lit…tle clicking noise excetera.... note: if is a 2 wheel drive then u wont have rear cv-axles (MORE)
you would have to check the code in the glove box and call the local parts store and have them tell you what rear end goes on the Yukon and then find out what rear end the 1990 rear end is and if they are the sam gear ratio then they ar enter change able .
Why does the 1996 Chevy Tahoe makes a rattling noise when accelerating cant tell if it is coming from the rear end or the front any ideas?
check the exhaust line one of the heat shield (metal plate between the pipe and the cab) migth be loose
Remove wheel, Remove drum or disc brake rotor,remove rear differental cover. Remove shaft between the spider gears that is held in by a lock bolt. Shove the axle from the outside toward the differential and remove the "C" clips that hold the axle in inside the diff. and then the axle can be removed.… (MORE)
What would a popping noise somewhere in the rear end of a jeep be but only when you turn left or right?
(4x4?) If you have a locking differential you can try adding limited slip oil specific to jeep/ Dana rearends, if you have "one wheel peel" it will not help
Have you checked your liftgate fuse? In my 2006 Yukon, when the liftgate fuse went out the rear ac wouldn't work nor would the electric locks for the liftgate itself.
the knock censors are located under the intake. something you need to know when you change the knock censors you need to-take some high temp silicone and build a levee to make the water flow around the censors that is what makes them go bad also check the harness while you have it down
I have a 2002 Yukon and the back glass would never open. I took apart the door and investigated and found that a little plastic piece was not hitting the release. It was an easier fix than putting the interior part of the door back together, but about a month later it must have slipped again cause t…he glass part would not open again (MORE)
When you make a turn it makes a loud thunk coming from the rear end its an 89 Ford Bronco guessing bearing but not sure any ideas?
Three things come to mind. U-joint,axel bearings, and differential spider gear.. Probably not u-joint as turning would be no factor to vary the noise. Possible axel bearings but if they are that bad they should be making noise such as a groweling sound all the time.. With your description of the t…hunk when turning, it sounds like something internal like the spider gears, or the positraction clutches (if you have posi or limited slip rear end).. The more I think about it, if you get one thunk, then it probably is the clutches.. Good luck. RR (MORE)
Maybe that thumping noise is the sound of another car smashing into the rear of your car.
The question should not be how do you turn the emissions light off....but rather what made my emissions light come on in the first place, if you would find a way to turn the light off and keep it off dont you think a bigger problem would happen while driving ? This light is there to warn you that a …possible problem exists, to shut the light off without having someone read the code and try to fix the problem would be doing yourself and other passengers as well as the vehicle an injustice.. Have someone scan the system with a code scanner and try to figure out what is happening in the system before attempting to shut off the light. (MORE)
Can be a number of things, the first thing to check would be the Subframe Bushes
You are driving down a straight road and there is no noise but when you make a right turn Why does a Pontiac grand am make front end grind noise?
probably the cv joint(s). common problem in any vehicle. turning is when you really hear those little guys going bad. if that goes all together you wont be going very far. get it checked out.
If the noise is a clicking sound, chances are the CV shaft (or axle shaft) is bad. It supplies power from the trans axle to the wheel.
I WOULD SAY AS LONG AS THE GEAR RATIO IS THE SAME YOU COULD GO WITH 1996- 1999 FROM A TAHOE OR YUKON BUT IF YOU GET ONE FROM A PICK-UP TRUCK WOULD PROBABLY BE FROM 1996- 1998.
maybe the flap obove the left weel has com loose something youv left in te boot and forgotten about
The dead person in the trunk isn't quite dead Change the differential fluid.Honda used an inferior grade that broke down prematurely.It also could be your sway bar struts.I would go with the oil change first.On a sharp turn the awd cuts in and causes you to hear the noise.
you dont nid to change it is the same a/c is controled by the front control turn front. on and turn rear on
Usually your CV-Joint. (Contant Velocity Joint). It also could be your automatic hub, but odds are it's the CV Joint. It may need the stabilizing bar rubber bushings.
My Yukon had the same problem. At first i thought it was the lifter, but i replaced those and it still kept clicking. I was looking into my engine one day and noticed there was a high heat bolt missing from a hole in my exhaust manifold. I replaced it with another high heat bolt and it stopped makin…g the clicking noise. If you dont replace the bolt, the noise should stop after your engine gets hot and the metal starts to expand. Hope this helps! (MORE)
It sounds like either the blower fan is bad or something may be interfering with it. That's the best I can do with the information you have given us.
To replace the rear turn signal, you must locate the 2 plastic plugs in the tailgate's door jam. Remove these plugs with a flat head screw driver and you will see a screw inside the hole. These screws hold the brake-light/turn signal housing. Once you remove the screws ,the housing is held in by pla…stic hooks where it takes a pivoting motion to get it free. Once you have done this, you will notice 2 screws holding the bulb holder. Unscrew these screws to expose the 3 bulbs. Change the necessary bulb and be sure not to touch the bulb with your bare hands! If you touch the bulb, wipe it with a cloth or tissue to remove the oil left by your hands. Oil from your hands, as little as it is, can shorten the life of a bulb due to the heating up of the oil and weakening the bulb glass. Replace the housing back the way it was and you're finished changing the turn signal. Good luck. (MORE)
A 1996 gmc Yukon is acting up when driving it and it starting making weird sounds and also cant go in reverse Any ideas?
most likey a transmission problem which can be caused by excessive towing and shifting ears while not completely stopped hope that helps
Your left front wheel bearing may be defective. When you turn right you put more weight on the left front wheel. It can also be a problem with your brakes. May be you brake pads are worn out. You need to inspect all this.
some possible causes: . worn-out shock absorbers, bad bushings, torn mounts, etc. . loose suspension components, missing bolts, etc. . worn u-joints or CV joints, especially in cars with independent rear suspension . loose spring mounts, broken springs (more likely with leaf springs) . …worn suspension components, especially rubber bushings (very common reason) . damaged components such as springs, axle mounts, control rods, etc. . loose hardware such as a muffler mount, brake line, etc. . worn center differential, but unlikely unless vehicle has 200,000-plus miles, seen hard/rough use, or differential has not been kept filled with lubricant (MORE)