Noise

Asked by Oct 19, 2016 at 06:31 PM about the 2013 Ford Fusion SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I just bought a 2013 ford fusion SE.  It was a little
loud when I drove it, salesman said due to low tire
pressure, which was displayed.  Tire pressure
corrected.  Still seems like you hear a lot of road
noise, that gets louder as you go faster.  Any
ideas?

2 Answers

292,455

Worn or mismatched tires, maybe wheel bearings, and the fact that a fusion is not a luxury car and you will get some road noise in the cabin Drive another Fusion to see.

1,035

Try to isolate them noise for front or rear and left or right and move the tire/wheel to a different and see if the noise moves... sales people will tell you a lot of BS to keep you as a customer. If the noise does. Not move it's possible it's a wheel bearing... they don't go bad that often on the fusion... but if u got mismatched used Tires on the car that may be something to consider also

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