Clicking Noises on a 2001 Chevy Suburban
When I first got my suburban it would make a clicking noise when I would turn left while going slow. Now it makes the same noise while going straight but still when going slow. Can anyone help me with this?
check brake pad wear/wheel bearings and u joints...
All of those are good we just replace the front and back wheel bearings and the brakes and the u joints does anyone have any other ideas
I would like to know because mine is doing same thing. Only when I turn left, going slow I hear a metal "echo" kind of sound. I thought maybe my exhaust at first was loose or something and rattling but my exhaust is on the passenger side. This "echo" I am hearing is on the back drivers side. Doesn't sound like a normal wheel bearing. It is not a grinding noise (I replaced bearings in my 02 Sub in engine and front tires within last 2 years. I know what that sounds like normally anyway....) I'm serious it is like a metal "echo" or rattle maybe. Seriously sounds like exhaust is lose but that's the wrong side of my truck! Help please. Pretty please. -MammaBear
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