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Old 05-15-2012, 04:52 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Rattling Sound Rear Wheel

Sorry for my english first. i have 2 sounds first one its from the engine at like 2000 to 3000 rpms, but that one i suspect its that metal isolator that its at the bottom of the engine between the rack and pin. and the engine. The one I need advise its from the right rear wheel, sounds like the hub cap its loose or the caliper or wheel bearing I dont know or loose caliper. If anyone have this problem, please Advise its needed. Thanks!! frtom P.R.
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Does the noise from the rear wheel gets louder with speed increase?

Also, when you slalom at around 30-40( side to side)does the sound disappear? If you answered yes then you need a hub bearing...

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Hope it's as simple as the problem I've had. I hit a piece of a tire and it kicked up and hit my mud flap knocking it loose and when I got up in speed the wind would knock it back and forth against my wheel until one day it flew off.
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Default Re: Rattling Sound Rear Wheel

Jack the rear tire off the ground. The wheel should only spin and not move side to side.

Take the rear wheel off. Grab the caliper making sure its not loose, check the bolts.

If you find nothing wrong after this then it's probably the tire itself. Tires with high spots or uneven tread wear will often sound like a bad wheel bearing.
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Default Re: Rattling Sound Rear Wheel

Originally Posted by Safiloo1 View Post
first one its from the engine at like 2000 to 3000 rpms,
This noise is probably this: Are You Getting a Grinding Noise @ 2-3k RPMS?? I had the same issue, I thought it was an engine issue as well.
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Originally Posted by officerfrasher View Post


This noise is probably this: Are You Getting a Grinding Noise @ 2-3k RPMS?? I had the same issue, I thought it was an engine issue as well.
Thanks for the thread, Im gonna take a look under the car this afternoon. about the sound of the wheel I suspect its the caliper or wheel bearing, i dont think its the tires because there new, its more like metal on metal sound. Thanks for the replys. When I fix it Ill let you all know.
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