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Old 10-09-2005, 01:44 AM   #1
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Question 'Rotational noise' at low speeds

I have a 'rotational' noise when I drive my fx35 at low speed, up to maybe 35mph. I started noticing the change in sound about at 36000 miles like 3 or so months ago. I know I need to get new tires real soon and maybe even new front brakes but I don't think it is either of these 2 things that's really the cause of the sound. It may also be causing some friction. Does anyone else have this problem? What else may be causing it? Uneven caliper/brake compression on the rotars? Also the brakes on the inside/rear of the front calipers are worn out alot and the ones on the front/outside are barely worn out. What the ...?
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Old 10-13-2005, 01:28 AM   #2
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Re: 'Rotational noise' at low speeds

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I have a 'rotational' noise when I drive my fx35 at low speed, up to maybe 35mph. I started noticing the change in sound about at 36000 miles like 3 or so months ago. I know I need to get new tires real soon and maybe even new front brakes but I don't think it is either of these 2 things that's really the cause of the sound. It may also be causing some friction. Does anyone else have this problem? What else may be causing it? Uneven caliper/brake compression on the rotars? Also the brakes on the inside/rear of the front calipers are worn out alot and the ones on the front/outside are barely worn out. What the ...?
I have that problem as well, but I do not know what it is either. Would love to hear a reply from someone who does know.
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Re: 'Rotational noise' at low speeds

We are having a problem that could be related to that. I posted a thread in here on it too.

http://www.automotiveforums.com/vbul...d.php?t=541876
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Old 03-23-2006, 07:22 PM   #4
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Re: 'Rotational noise' at low speeds

there are a couple of things you can try

1 , If you need new tires , Try that , Cause you know you need them anyway
2 , If the noise is still there , It could be a Wheel Bearing if it a deep piched Growling noise that gets more pronouced taking turns.
3 , Breaks can give you noises , but it doesnt sound likely in this case.

Try 1 first.. then see if 2 applys if not move on to 3
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