Humming Noise At 60 Mph

When I slow down from 60 to 50, the noise is audible, then below 45mph, the noise diminishes. I got my C 300 4matic for about a month and a half now, and i've noticed from day 1 that the engine makes very annoying high (relatively) pitched kind of like a buzz/humming noise whenever the car is travelling around 60 mph +/- 2mph. one parts site noted that for some aftermarket brand of axles that they only required 135 ft. No steering wheel vibration or shake. is there a place where i could take my car and they could find the source and fix it? i doubt a place like pepboys would do. Hey everybody! I'm new to the site and a new (used) 2000 Odyssey owner. in other words, if you are traveling between 40 and 60 mph the exhaust will rattle. AdamB8 Active Member. I have a 99 TJ i have put on 1. The sounds seem to be coming from the driver's side of the vehicle or the engine. The noise is not the revving noise that the car. What could cause this? The last couple of times I have heard a humming sound at speed, it has been the rear wheel bearings going south. Want At low speeds, I hear a humming noise and at high-speeds I can hear a noise in my tires. Axis2011KR · 6. The vehicle was taken to don davis Nissan 1320 I-20 frontage rd, arlington, TX 76018 (877) 415-3218 where it was diagnosed that the transmission needed to be replaced. So about a month ago, I start having a worrying vibration when accelerating past 35mph, gets a little worse at 40mph, and goes away around 50 mph. My nephew thinks it might be transmission. Today I get a call. When I slow down from 60 to 50, the noise is audible, then below 45mph, the noise diminishes. Haven't taken it to the dealership yet. My 99 RX300's been making a strange sound for a while now. I got a 2002 SR5 with just over 81k miles this past week. loud noise in front end tires at 60 mph. It started making a loud clanking noise on and off when I took out of reverse, then at about 40-50 mph it starts having a vibration then goes away at other speeds. However, at this point. Is it the differential or the motor windings? Mechanic's Assistant: How old is the transmission? Have you checked the fuel filters? 15 years same as cart. It starts around 50 mph and will dissipate just over 60 mph. While driving down hills it produces slow long hums. 00, and it's still making noise. Once I give throttle again after letting off of it, the noise comes back loud and vibrating. I hear a humming noise to when on the highway driving over 60. MrsHeather · Registered. Okay so I drive my vnl 630 bob tailing and when I reach 60-65mph I get this vibration/ hum that as soon I let off the pedal or accelerate above 65 it goes away. The key things to note are:-It ONLY happens when under load (about 5-10% throttle). The Golden Gate Bridge Sargent reports the low humming noise is related to high winds blowing through the newly installed railing slats along the bike path on the bridge. 5 EB, HR - my van has a vibration and humming noise that we can not seem to locate. com - UK Porsche 911 Resource Site & forum, Porsche Specialist, Insurance, parts, sales. Whirring/humming noise - posted in Diesel Engines (Mondeo Mk3): Hi peeps, Ive recently started to encounter a humming and whirring noise starting at 60mph. air buzzing at high speeds on left hand side front of driver. As usual I just. Thread starter satyr1; Start date Jan 25, 2011; satyr1 New Member. Try changing the tire pressures, e. Jump to Latest Follow Made it happen again once today after 15 minutes of 65-70 mph freeway testing-just a brief buzz for a second, then gone. It's just had 4 new Hankook Optimo tyres and a wheel alignment. Anyone ever have a buzzing sound from the right side of your car? You can hear it inside the car but only seems to do it on real windy days. if correct will replace the left bearing. The best way I can explain this is that my car while going at 60mph makes a loud "humming" noise. Take my foot off the gas, it stops. on it and runs good. I have a 99 mercury mountaineer 5. Junction box making a buzzing noise! a month ago because I was losing all power intermittently -- kind of a bad thing when it happens more than once at 60 MPH. Replaced both wheel bearings on driver side, checked the transfer case and did a rear diff service. 4 base model. Today driving my 2015 Equinox started making a loud banging noise, you could hear it over the radio and AC. WHEN I REACH ABOUT 40MPH I GET A KINDA HUMMING NOISE COMING FROM THE FRONT OF THE CAR IVE TRYED TAKIN ALL THE WHEELS OFF AND PUTTING THEM BK ON TO ASSURE THEY WERE ON CORRECT , THERE IS NO SIGN OF ANY SORTS OF WOBBLE ON THE BRAKES WHEN I PRESS. i have a 2000 merc cougar v-6 auto, when i get up to around 40 mph, there is a real bad humming noise, i checked wheel bearings, no play at all in front wheels, i grabbed ahold of the tranxaxles and shook on them and there is no play in them either. A loud humming noise when going 60 - 70 mph. The dealer suggested it might be the price sticker on lower driver's side of windshield, which made sense. the droning hum is accompanied by a vibration. It does it every time the RPM's reach about 2100 and lasts through about 2300. WHEN I REACH ABOUT 40MPH I GET A KINDA HUMMING NOISE COMING FROM THE FRONT OF THE CAR IVE TRYED TAKIN ALL THE WHEELS OFF AND PUTTING THEM BK ON TO ASSURE THEY WERE ON CORRECT , THERE IS NO SIGN OF ANY SORTS OF WOBBLE ON THE BRAKES WHEN I PRESS. Rattling noise when accelerating hyundai elantra. The contact stated that while driving at approximately 45 mph, there was an abnormal spinning noise coming from the front of the vehicle. It starts around 50 mph and will dissipate just over 60 mph. After putting the old fronts to the back and a brand new set to the front made no difference. The car starts make a sound like humming at 60mph. I can't figure out where exactly the noise if coming from since it's only at speed. It does sound drive train related I'm like you tires not it. 07-18-2014, 11:31 AM. I can hear the hum starting at around 30 MPH and it gets louder until about 60 MPH. It's just had 4 new Hankook Optimo tyres and a wheel alignment. humming noise from rear at 60-70 mph. At 50mph, the car begins to make a subtle yet somewhat higher pitched whirling/whining/humming noise. The car gets loud when declerating, too (although not quite nearly so loud). Yeah, the humming noise starts @ 45mph then kinda gets louder by 50+, then @ 60mph, the noise gets lower almost back to normal. "humm hummm hummm humm hummmm" it almost sounds like it comes after overdrive locks up. Annoying Feedback sound/buzzing at 60+mph. I've done some searches and a bad CV, or wheel bearing pops up. Did anyone here solve this?. Brakes are new. The best way I can explain this is that my car while going at 60mph makes a loud "humming" noise. Above a certain speed, other noises like the wind may exceed the tire noise. Buying new tires is the other alternative. Loud humming sound when driving especially at speeds between 50 and 60. Lately, it seems to be getting louder. Under 20 I really did not notice it too much. The sound peaks at 60MPH. but its mainly in the 60-70-80mph. Cost me $100 instead of almost $4000. It sounds like the battery and/or alternator is malfunctioning and causing your vehicle to have electrical issues. I was told wheel bearings and specifically the front right. it dissapears after releasing the gas pedal. Prius (2004-09) :: 2008 - Airplane / Humming Noise In 50 - 60 Mph Range? I have a 2008 Prius, and I have a couple noises, one of which is related to the airplane noise. Subaru - Outback :: Low Humming Noise Started At Around 40 MPH Or So - Front Engine Cowling Mar 13, 2014. If you swerve to the right, the sound gets quieter or goes away completely but if you swerve to the left, there is really no change. But as soon as we hit 50MPH there's a loud roar, which subsides a few MPH higher, then at 63MPH there's high-pitched whine which grows higher until about 66mph, where it fades away. I will tackle that tomorrow. it only does it under light acceleration in v4 mode. The last Km I have been increasingly aware of noise - hum rather than grinding or scraping or shadder - from rear end which. As noted, pinion bearings make a high-pitched, whistling noise, usually at all speeds. Then again at 10 MPH or less. Only when I get up to around 60mph though?. MrsHeather · Registered. I have a very annoying intermittent humming noise which "seems" to be coming from the front end but then sounds like the back end at speed. 143000 miles. i can’t exactly pinpoint where the sound is coming from but it’s been driving me insane. My noise starts around 70 mph and ends beyond 75 mph. OBSI stands for On-Board Sound Intensity, a method to measure tire/pavement noise at the source. Would this be a drive shaft problem? I was thinking tires as well, but I doubt it. Buying new tires is the other alternative. It happens all all types of pavement between 40 and 60 MPH. It is most audible around 55 mph and becomes less and less audible until I reach 60 mph at which point I no longer hear the noise. WHEN I REACH ABOUT 40MPH I GET A KINDA HUMMING NOISE COMING FROM THE FRONT OF THE CAR IVE TRYED TAKIN ALL THE WHEELS OFF AND PUTTING THEM BK ON TO ASSURE THEY WERE ON CORRECT , THERE IS NO SIGN OF ANY SORTS OF WOBBLE ON THE BRAKES WHEN I PRESS. I bought this car knowing about this humming problem but no one seems to know what could be causing it. They found that regardless of speed or model, when the windows were down the driver was exposed to a nearly constant 89 decibels of noise. I have a 99 mercury mountaineer 5. This shop charges $45 each to true the tire, and another $45 to balance. As one commenter mentioned, this could go down as the most silent drag race in history, with most of the noise. The buzzing noise is more prominent in cold ambient temperatures. I read something about a half shaft also, not sure what that is. Vibrating noise in wall when windy Vibrating noise in wall when windy. Had tires rotated. I would say the truck is 75% quieter (subjective) at 55 with the resonator and close to silent in the rest of the range. I got my C 300 4matic for about a month and a half now, and i've noticed from day 1 that the engine makes very annoying high (relatively) pitched kind of like a buzz/humming noise whenever the car is travelling around 60 mph +/- 2mph. Buzzing sound I had the same problem with my 2015 Limited; only occurred above 60mph. So, I fixed (permanent) my EGR. Porsche claims 60 miles per hour arrives in 2. Only when I get up to around 60mph though?. i’ve noticed this annoying buzzing sound on the right door of my car recently. A buzz or hum might be the best description. Our 2016 had a similar noise at about 60+ mph. KYHMAN · Registered. I've noticed there's a 'buzzing' noise when hitting close to 5000 RPM and it's consistent with the bike being between 57 and 60 MPH. 3 seconds at 117 mph. I had a vibration/humming problem on my 2010 Toyota Tacoma. I have a 2011 GC Overland (V8 5,7L). I just finished up my Rancho 2" lift on Friday and noticed on the highway It seems as though I've got a strange hum noise. This could be a drive belt or one of the components driven by the drive belt, such as the power steering pump, air conditioning compressor, water pump, or one of the idlers that hold the belt in place. Jump to Latest Follow 1 - 5 of 5 Posts. Took it home and humming still there. It's just had 4 new Hankook Optimo tyres and a wheel alignment. The Golden Gate Bridge Sargent reports the low humming noise is related to high winds blowing through the newly installed railing slats along the bike path on the bridge. Once I get to 90 mph i can. The noise is so loud that I can feel the vibrations in my feet. Junior Member. Vibration at 50-60 mph - intermittent. once above 50mph, a constant howl or moan starts and gets higher in pitch as we. i can’t exactly pinpoint where the sound is coming from but it’s been driving me insane. Joined Jun 14, 2012 · 4 Posts. It sounds like axle drone. 5TDI), the road noise at 80 kph (50 mph) in my brand new Model 3 is significantly higher. Usually rear end whining noises from Jeeps are rated on a scale from 1-10. This sound vanishes or reduces after 70mph. If it has ANY play, the bearing is bad. It only happens on light throttle low boost between 1500 and 2200 rpms in OD. I noticed a low humming noise lately on my wife's 2007 Outback which started at around 40 MPH or so. A humming sound heard at idle has to be something that moves even while the car doesn't. At speeds up to 50MPH, the tires are great; smooth riding and quiet. Ask Question Asked 3 years I have a 2005 Toyota highlander and the tires are making a loud noise as I hit 60 mph but after a few minutes it goes away and doesn't come back until I hit the highway again and get up to 60 mph. So, I fixed (permanent) my EGR. The noise is not the revving noise that the car makes when it accelerates. AdamB8 Dec 26, 2014. WHEN I REACH ABOUT 40MPH I GET A KINDA HUMMING NOISE COMING FROM THE FRONT OF THE CAR IVE TRYED TAKIN ALL THE WHEELS OFF AND PUTTING THEM BK ON TO ASSURE THEY WERE ON CORRECT , THERE IS NO SIGN OF ANY SORTS OF WOBBLE ON THE BRAKES WHEN I PRESS. It does sound drive train related I'm like you tires not it. The Jeep tracks fine down the road. It doesn’t seem to matter how fast I’m going – sometimes 30 mph or 60 mph, and it only lasts about 2 seconds then stops. What make my noise unique, is that when the car tracks. Cost me $100 instead of almost $4000. How Much Of A Difference Does 1 Second Make From 0-60 MPH? One is the noise. I just took my 2005 2. 2 cdti, between 55 -60 , i get a humming vibration noise, much like a wheel bearing or tyre which ive changed them all, new wheels and tyres even intermediate drive shaft bearing, it goes after 60 mph, and it goes if i turn the steering left or right, i can feel it thru the steering wheel, its. I had a friend who did that with his S600 a few years back, because of a steering shudder at 60 mph. The word "bumblebee" is a compound of "bumble" + "bee"—"bumble" meaning to hum, buzz, drone, or move ineptly or flounderingly. Junction box making a buzzing noise! a month ago because I was losing all power intermittently -- kind of a bad thing when it happens more than once at 60 MPH. What I noticed, though, is that if it put my arm up against the door, the leather area up by the window, and press into it, the noise stops. This could be a drive belt or one of the components driven by the drive belt, such as the power steering pump, air conditioning compressor, water pump, or one of the idlers that hold the belt in place. Loud humming noise from front wheel or in that area, symptoms are; a loud humming noise at full song by 30 MPH from the passenger side (right hand) front wheel area. I can hear the hum starting at around 30 MPH and it gets louder until about 60 MPH. I have jacked all 4 corners up and all wheel bearings feel good, bar the rear passenger side. I don't think it is the bearings as th. I retorqued the axle nuts to 150 then went alittle bit more. The buzzing noise is more prominent in cold ambient temperatures. Rear end noise (whine/hum) starts @ 65mph on up and the noise is still there. As soon as I take my foot off the gas pedal, noise immediately gone. 4 wheel drive. finally fixed the problem by replacing the driveshaft, by way of suggestion from me thru this forum. The faster I go, the louder the noise gets until around 80MPH or so when it plateaus. Left the tire shop and got it above 60 and the noise is still there. The Toyota dealer "Puente Hills Toyota" said I had a bad transmission mount. Chance of rain 60%. So, what was the complete end result -- new tire wheel bearings being replaced? Mine starts a pulsing humming noise after 60 MPH and gets horrible around 80-90 MPH. i’m guessing there’s a crack somewhere. When it's a. the guy i bought the truck from installed a 1 ton rear end and 4. More than likely this is your issue. Downloadable Sound Effects and Production Music since 1997. Got an 07 plate dodge nitro 2. Around 60mph the truck will start to make a surging, pulsing sound. I have a 2000 VZ800 rauder with the chain drive id like to change front sprockets to reduce engine RPM at highway speeds say at 60 MPH because it sounds like its really buzzing at that speed. Front end whirring noise caused by a worn wheel bearing. It becomes audible around 40 mph, gets loud around 45, fades away from 45-55 and then at 60 mph it reaches its peak loudness before fading away to a low pitched almost inaudible hum at speeds of 65. i did have ujoints replaced 3 months ago - not sure if that's connected? no other engine probs, accelerates. Hello Ernst Rocks, what was the outcome of this issue as I have the same issue for my new Rebel 1500. When I drive my vehicle makes a loud humming noise @30mph. I don't really do much motorway driving, however the other day I was on the motorway and hear a distinct drone coming from the front end above 60mph. These seem fine to me as well. Over 1 Million high-quality sounds online. Bmw buzzing noise Bmw buzzing noise. Jump to Latest Follow 1 - 5 of 5 Posts. (1 month) ago started get a vibration noise coming out of the dashboard when I approached 45 mph and then goes away when I go over 60. The pitch and intensity of the growl varied with speed, and the sound was very much like the growl of knobby off-road ties. Q5/SQ5 MKI (8R) Discussion - 2014 Q5 - humming noise at 60+MPH - Hi Gang: You've all been so helpful on this forum I'm hoping fellow owners can help me isolate what I may be hearing. Z And a HUMMING sound since march 2018 Tire noise, road noise???? But since August 2018 : rear discs breaks completely finished 65,000 km (350$ Cdn), but front discs were good at 45-50% ???. The key things to note are:-It ONLY happens when under load (about 5-10% throttle). Tires had about 50-55k miles on them and new rubber put on today. For a few months now I have had vibration that sounds more or less like a bad wheel bearing at speeds around 70-75 MPH. I noticed a low humming noise lately on my wife's 2007 Outback which started at around 40 MPH or so. According to TSB 07-17-05, "The noise may be heard during light tip-ins at 25-50 mph (40 to 80 km/h). quite a racket at the firewall under full-ABS stops with some vibration and buzzing. I'm not 100% sure that its coming from the speaker but it seems to originate from that area. There's absolutely no funny feeling with the bike or rattling noise, it's like a high pitched buzzing/whistling I'm hearing. So I purchase a new wheel hub assembly for the left rear wheel, have my best friend (certified mechanic) replace it and STILL have this humming noise It becomes audible around 40 mph, gets loud around 45, fades away from 45-55 and then at 60 mph it reaches its peak loudness before fading away to a low pitched almost inaudible hum at speeds of 65. Overall noise level (motor/wind/road) is approx 2 dB higher in the Model 3 than in the Audi (measured with iPhone app). Still the same sound. 2 second slower than the previous car’s, its 70-mph-to-zero braking distance of 179 feet was one foot longer, and it pulled 0. I have an intermittent buzzing noise (starts off like a fly buzzing then gets louder like a beehive). I already got tires balanced and have centrematics. while driving 60 mph, an unknown grinding noise was heard from the rear of the vehicle. Thread starter satyr1; Start date Jan 25, 2011; satyr1 New Member. I get a humming noise when going over 60 mph and tuning right but nothing when turning left or going straight. “You can hear the. I noticed a low humming noise lately on my wife's 2007 Outback which started at around 40 MPH or so. I've done some searches and a bad CV, or wheel bearing pops up. WHEN I REACH ABOUT 40MPH I GET A KINDA HUMMING NOISE COMING FROM THE FRONT OF THE CAR IVE TRYED TAKIN ALL THE WHEELS OFF AND PUTTING THEM BK ON TO ASSURE THEY WERE ON CORRECT , THERE IS NO SIGN OF ANY SORTS OF WOBBLE ON THE BRAKES WHEN I PRESS. What does this mean? The entire hub and bearing assembly was installed as one-piece at the dealer. Checked tires and pressure and also were ok. I have a 99 mercury mountaineer 5. The sound peaks at 60MPH. Noise goes away when gas is at steady speed or above 60. Hi guys, I'm new to this forum and hoping you can help. I have a similar problem, around 50 to 60 I get a humming noise. 2000 C5 Coupe; at idle, until the road noise masks it, I hear a continuous high pitched whinning or humming sound. I had a vibration/humming problem on my 2010 Toyota Tacoma. I've noticed this buzzing/ vibration noise coming from in front of me while driving around 60 mph. Had tires rotated. I have a 99 TJ i have put on 1. Our comprehensive. Why is there a Humming noise on my 1989 park ave when you turn the wheel slightly to the left only going down the road and then the noise goes away after 60 mph?. Any suggestions?. The humming sound, regardless of tire, occurs EXACTLY at 45 mph. Starts at around 30 mph loudest at 45 slightly quieter at 55-60 mph. I notice it more when i let off the gas, although I think it still remains while giving it gas. 38000 miles on the clock and have noticed a droning/humming sound which I'm concerned may be indicative of a problem. Just seems slightly noisier than normal at 60 road noise rather than egnine noise. I've had my Dart for 10 months and this problem just started. Hello Everyone. I bought this car knowing about this humming problem but no one seems to know what could be causing it. Porsche claims 60 miles per hour arrives in 2. pounds, not sure if it was a mis print, however, these axles are not oem ones they are aftermarket from some parts store and as well as the bearings I assume. This video shows the difference between wheel bearing noise and tire noise, wheel bearing noise sounds like a low growl, and a tire with flat spots will slap against the pavement. Tires are Falkens(supposed to be high performance tires). It happens anywhere around 25 mph and above up to about 60 mph. New to the site and just bought a 06 LR3SE with 47K on it; buying the extended warranty this week. 2013 Ford Explorer humming noise at 45+MPH 2 Answers. The added window sealent caulk. My noise starts around 70 mph and ends beyond 75 mph. My 99 RX300's been making a strange sound for a while now. I got my C 300 4matic for about a month and a half now, and i've noticed from day 1 that the engine makes very annoying high (relatively) pitched kind of like a buzz/humming noise whenever the car is travelling around 60 mph +/- 2mph. 1; 2; First 2 of 2 Go to page. Droning Tyre Syndrome. Can't hear it though at 80 mph. When it starts, it's soft for a few moments, gets loud, stays loud, then will diminish and disappear once I get below 60 MPH. soon after i noticed a humming noise coming 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee makes a whining noise over 50mph Took the jeep to dealer and paid $1500 for this to be - Jeep 2004 Grand Cherokee question Search Fixya Press enter to search. At 60 mph, a 21" tire is rotating 16 times per second. They found that regardless of speed or model, when the windows were down the driver was exposed to a nearly constant 89 decibels of noise. And as I speed up the noise becomes louder. It doesn't matter if I am accelerating, coasting or breakingif I am in the 60 - 70 zone the hum is happening. and gets progressively louder up to 60-70 mph. 07-18-2014, 11:31 AM. This is likely if the noise shows up after you have rotated your ties, or have not rotated them in a long time. That means drivers choosing the manual will have to pay attention and not be seduced by the Hemi's soundtrack. Anybody know what part is right under. The noise changes pitch when decelerating from 60 mph. Jump to Latest Follow I initially brought it in for a humming noise. Apparently, the tires Nissan puts on the A/C from the factory seem to have a sharp increase in road noise at around 20-23k miles due to multiple flat spots/not so great tires in general. When it went in for the second time, the tech took it out on the expressway and finally heard the sound I was complaining about. I hear this loud humming sound when I get to drive for more than 20-30 minutes. Bearing noise occurs at all driving speeds. Tires have been rotated with no change, so I don't think it is just tire noise. Second, check your wheels for possible wheel bearing issues. Tires are Falkens(supposed to be high performance tires). I'm having trouble with something like this as well. Now, I do need to say that I think the wheel bearing fixed noise number two (the humming w/ the pitch change from 0-50 and back down again 50-0), and I didn't hear noise #1 (the vibration at around 40mph), but I will definitely know tomorrow morning if it's gone for good (gonna be cold tomorrow morning). Cost me $100 instead of almost $4000. Hey guys, My '01 has a downright maddening whistle coming from the driver's side window at highway speed. Noise/vibration at 38-45 mph After several trips to the dealer they determined that it was the transmission. Please reply to me at [email protected] so I don't have to hunt for the response. Strange one this. I replaced one last yearso I know how to detect a bad one. Hey guys, have about 5500 miles on the 2018 Compass 4WD and at about 30-35mph there's a humming noise from under the vehicle - sounds like it's from the transmission or differential. I can hear the hum starting at around 30 MPH and it gets louder until about 60 MPH. When the car is traveling straight its an on/off noise- think like an alarm clock tone-type of pattern. 2 seconds, its zero-to-60-mph time was 0. It is really loud at really low speeds, 20 mph or lower and sounds like a whoop whoop whoop kind of noise. I notice it more when i let off the gas, although I think it still remains while giving it gas. I did a test by downshifting again but the noise was consistant at 60 MPH no matter what gear I was in. When it went in for the second time, the tech took it out on the expressway and finally heard the sound I was complaining about. Two of the rears were out a little but not to bad. An abnormal or feathered tire tread pattern could make a harmonic noise as speeds increase. I got a 2002 SR5 with just over 81k miles this past week. I've noticed over the last couple of weeks a strange humming / droning noise coming from inside the cabin when at 40-60 ish mph. Sounds about like a kazoo blowing in the cab -- can hardly hear the radio. i’m guessing there’s a crack somewhere. Hey guys, have about 5500 miles on the 2018 Compass 4WD and at about 30-35mph there's a humming noise from under the vehicle - sounds like it's from the transmission or differential. I have put it in neutral and it doesn't change at all while coasting at 60 mph. i’ve noticed this annoying buzzing sound on the right door of my car recently. It's just had 4 new Hankook Optimo tyres and a wheel alignment. It sounds like axle drone. Ive had it up on the ramp and can't feel any play or hear any noises on the bearings, any suggestions?. Does this noise happen at a constant? or at certain speeds? Mine was a certain speeds. Key to figuring out this problem for me is that as soon as I drop it into neutral and the rpms go down, the hum ceases - even though the truck is still going down the road at 65 mph. I've noticed recently mine starts to make that humming noise in the 50-60mph range (less so at higher or lower speeds). On our low speed (45 mph) test drive everything sounded great. It sounds very central and to the rear. It is not loud. I know that the front sprocket is stock and has 15 teeth how much reduction in RPM,s does a 16 tooth have or even a 17 tooth. It buzzes mainly when I do a quick acceleration (like merging onto the freeway) and the buzzing comes on between 45-65 mph. It starts around 50 mph and will dissipate just over 60 mph. post #2 of 13 Old 23-12-18, 03:32 PM. I love my car, but if I were the designer, I would work on cabin noise and put on a rear windshield wiper. Yeah, the humming noise starts @ 45mph then kinda gets louder by 50+, then @ 60mph, the noise gets lower almost back to normal. At first I mistook it for highway noise of cars around me. The Toyota dealer "Puente Hills Toyota" said I had a bad transmission mount. It sounds like axle drone. Buying new tires is the other alternative. Buzzing sound I had the same problem with my 2015 Limited; only occurred above 60mph. The pitch of the noise varied upwards slightly when he accelerated. Login to reply the answers Post; Join Yahoo Answers and get 100 points today. My car has 45000 miles. Ex Suzuki SV1000S jockey, now a former 1. Driveshafts usually get noisy at 20 to 25 mph, (been there, done that) The noise you descrip sounds like a shifting carrier in the rear end. It becomes audible around 40 mph, gets loud around 45, fades away from 45-55 and then at 60 mph it reaches its peak loudness before fading away to a low pitched almost inaudible hum at speeds of 65. Vibrating noise in wall when windy Vibrating noise in wall when windy. Today I get a call. My Profile My Last year I was convinced a rear wheel bearing was on its way out as it began making a droning noise above 30-40mph. It Sounds like this is a common issue in the focus model. So our 06 Commander with V-6 has started to make a disturbing noise on the highway. I get a humming sound when I hit 60 mph and above. I notice it more when i let off the gas, although I think it still remains while giving it gas. I am getting a vibration, more like a deep, low humming noise in the floor between 65 and 75 mph. When I got onto the highway it makes the same humming noise at 55 mph and above. The key things to note are:-It ONLY happens when under load (about 5-10% throttle). There's absolutely no funny feeling with the bike or rattling noise, it's like a high pitched buzzing/whistling I'm hearing. i’ve noticed this annoying buzzing sound on the right door of my car recently. The van had 70,000 miles and was in excellent condition. I get a humming noise when going over 60 mph and tuning right but nothing when turning left or going straight. I can let go of the wheel and it will stay perfectly straight. 4 base model. I have a 2012 Nissan Titan and just recently begin hearing this humming noise once I get up to around 60-70 mph and over. The most common occurrence is at approximately 50 mph (64 km/h) at 1,500 rpm. Under 20 I really did not notice it too much. im worried to keep driving it, and am wanting to get a clear idea, of what its. Differential makes humming noise when accelerating from 35 mph to 65 mph Ford Expedition My 2000 Toyota Corolla has recently started making a loud humming or roaring sound, particularly when I accelerate to 45-50 mph. It begins to be noticeable while coasting at about 15-20mph. extremely loud humming between 50-60mph. Ringing and roaring in the ears can be a symptom of a medical condition; like abnormal fluid pressure in the inner ear (Meniere's disease), a non-cancerous tumour (acoustic neuroma), hypertension, diabetes or even allergies. Login to reply the answers Post; Join Yahoo Answers and get 100 points today. I've never noticed the sound before, but it sounds like an electric motor spinning. I was told wheel bearings and specifically the front right. I get a humming noise when going over 60 mph and tuning right but nothing when turning left or going straight. Id like to get the engine. Probably will take this issue in to get looked at. i’m guessing there’s a crack somewhere. If you swerve to the right, the sound gets quieter or goes away completely but if you swerve to the left, there is really no change. I will double check the torque. I had a vibration/humming problem on my 2010 Toyota Tacoma. Almost sounds like it could be a vibration, but I'm not sure about that. I get the humming at 65mph too I have the same hum. Checked tires and pressure and also were ok. 2 cdti, between 55 -60 , i get a humming vibration noise, much like a wheel bearing or tyre which ive changed them all, new wheels and tyres even intermediate drive shaft bearing, it goes after 60 mph, and it goes if i turn the steering left or right, i can feel it thru the steering wheel, its Periodically when I start my IS350 I get this weird buzzing sound the lasts about two seconds. As I turn the wheel slightly right at these speeds the hum goes away. Between 62-68 mph, the intermittent humming noise was consistently present, with or without cruise control on. One item I noticed from the start, however, is a buzzing or humming noise from the windshield or dash area after hitting about 50 mph or so, especially if there is any cross wind. Fill as required. KYHMAN · Registered. The contact stated that while driving at approximately 45 mph, there was an abnormal spinning noise coming from the front of the vehicle. My first thought would be a bad. i can’t exactly pinpoint where the sound is coming from but it’s been driving me insane. I have changed my diff fluid a few months ago, and made sure to add the trac lock additive. Call (888) 716-3232 for more information. So is a humming noise coming from the rear of the car when going say 40-60 mph rear bearings that it appears is another issue with the LS? I hear it more with my foot on the gas, if I let off the pedal and it seems to get quieter. I just bought my 07 RAV4 last month. The humming noise started before I changed my front tyres and has continued after I had them fitted. This 1,233-hp, $1. Then again at 10 MPH or less. Under 20 I really did not notice it too much. Yesterday it started making a humming noise from the front I pretty sure it is coming from the passenger side. The Jeep tracks fine down the road. What engine, is it 2wd or quattro?. while driving 60 mph, an unknown grinding noise was heard from the rear of the vehicle. Sounds like front end. Hello, My 2001 4runner. My 2006 HSE makes a humming noise at about 60+ mph. I recently had the rear bearings replaced, however I have a wining noise coming from the cart when I accelerate the cart, it dies down once it reaches speed. My 2010 civic started making noise about a couple of months ago. 60 Yootech Wireless Charger,Qi-Certified 10W Max Fast Wireless. Is it the differential or the motor windings? Mechanic's Assistant: How old is the transmission? Have you checked the fuel filters? 15 years same as cart. They confirmed it and replaced the driveshaft. It seems to occur more on uphills. 9 Seconds It’s not only crazy fast. whoop whoop just got mine replaced only 77$ WITH an oil change!. When driving just over 60 mph, there is a fairly loud humming sound at the back of the car (seems to be more toward the right rear). When driving over 50 mph, my car makes a loud humming noise. i’ve noticed this annoying buzzing sound on the right door of my car recently. It happens all all types of pavement between 40 and 60 MPH. It definitely sounds like a very loud humming (almost like real loud road noise). I've also checked the front wheel bearings. 5i auto in for service and complained of a loud whining hum with light throttle between 50 and 60 mph. I had a mechanic sit with me for a test drive and he could hear the noise. i can’t exactly pinpoint where the sound is coming from but it’s been driving me insane. Well, I was wrong because I took it for a ride and the hiss from the EGR was gone but the drone noise was still there at around 60 MPH just like before. This is likely if the noise shows up after you have rotated your ties, or have not rotated them in a long time. At first I mistook it for highway noise of cars around me. Vibration only at 60 MPH is quite likely to be a wheel balance problem. These seem fine to me as well. So to make a long story short, I am highly suspicious of the T-Case for this noise. Hi guys, I'm new to this forum and hoping you can help. HOWEVER, it seems that the number of customer complaints are not. Drives very well with no mechanical problems, however there is a loud hum that occurs when reaching 60 MPH on the highway. i usually start hearing it when i hit about 60 mph. v6, 2WD, automatic, makes a loud 'vibration' hum type of noise - but only once it reaches 60 mph and above. Once they fixed that noise, they noticed that the front bearing was bad. Anyone had any experience w/ humming noise while driving. Trophy Points: 168. A Humming sometimes. the droning hum is accompanied by a vibration. I have a 2000 VZ800 rauder with the chain drive id like to change front sprockets to reduce engine RPM at highway speeds say at 60 MPH because it sounds like its really buzzing at that speed. Vibration only at 60 MPH is quite likely to be a wheel balance problem. I have put it in neutral and it doesn't change at all while coasting at 60 mph. i can’t exactly pinpoint where the sound is coming from but it’s been driving me insane. Tom - as far as your tire balance issue, I am very confused. I thought it might be something with the added roof rack attachment or tires which are Michellen Rain Force tires installed about a year ago. This distinguishes it from gear whine which usually comes and goes as speed changes. For instance, I had a diff whine that only occured during deceleration, while in gear, between 50-60 mph, with it being the worst at 60 mph. Once I give throttle again after letting off of it, the noise comes back loud and vibrating. Jump to Latest Follow Status Not open for further replies. Robert-Thanks for your question about the humming noise in your transmission. While it is acceptable for Jeep differentials to make some noise, it's not good to ignore noises that are more than moderate or if the noise is noticeably getting louder. I have a high pitch noise/ whistle from around 40 mph to 60 mph. Will check the tire pressure. I was returning from the river this past weekend in very hot temperature (116 degrees) and noticed a humming sound in my truck. It's just had 4 new Hankook Optimo tyres and a wheel alignment. Recently in this past year I began to hear a really overpowering humming noise when my car's speed reaches about 40-45 mph and I don't know what it could be. At 70 MPH, engine is up to about 2500+/_ and in final gear, a strange humming , deep sounding droan appears and is easily heard. Our comprehensive. I've noticed there's a 'buzzing' noise when hitting close to 5000 RPM and it's consistent with the bike being between 57 and 60 MPH. Jump to Latest Follow Made it happen again once today after 15 minutes of 65-70 mph freeway testing-just a brief buzz for a second, then gone. I am the third owner of this Element and did not purchase the tires. It seems like it is coming from the motor. Got an 07 plate dodge nitro 2. Have a whine or humming sound when driving at speeds from about 35 mph to 75 or so, seems like when I back off of the accelerator the whine or hum gets softer as I increase speed the pitch gets higher until I reach about 75 mph then it almost goes away. on it and runs good. I did a test by downshifting again but the noise was consistant at 60 MPH no matter what gear I was in. What could cause this? The last couple of times I have heard a humming sound at speed, it has been the rear wheel bearings going south. Check there. I coasted all the way to a stop and the sound. I have a 2011 GC Overland (V8 5,7L). The best way I can explain this is that my car while going at 60mph makes a loud "humming" noise. I hear a humming noise to when on the highway driving over 60. the first may be the exhaust. Hello all, I have a 3. 2 second slower than the previous car’s, its 70-mph-to-zero braking distance of 179 feet was one foot longer, and it pulled 0. Rattling noise when accelerating hyundai elantra. Have a whine or humming sound when driving at speeds from about 35 mph to 75 or so, seems like when I back off of the accelerator the whine or hum gets softer as I increase speed the pitch gets higher until I reach about 75 mph then it almost goes away. I get a humming noise when going over 60 mph and tuning right but nothing when turning left or going straight. I know that it is not the rear wheel bearings as I have checked them. So, what was the complete end result -- new tire wheel bearings being replaced? Mine starts a pulsing humming noise after 60 MPH and gets horrible around 80-90 MPH. More of a vibration shakenot like a death wobble shake. I have a humming that has started to drive me batty. I have a 2006 civic which recently is making a loud humming noise when driving at all speeds, but especially at speeds above 50mph. Pulled over checked all fluids and levels were decent. Post by eighteentee » Sun Oct 30, 2011 8:40 pm. It happens intermittently whenever I reach that speed. Front End Humming Noise Discussion in ' At 60 mph it got extremely noticeable. I returned it to the dealership. I've had my 06 TC for about 12 months and it's bone stock. one parts site noted that for some aftermarket brand of axles that they only required 135 ft. Junior Member. The sound is there even if I set the cruise. I have changed my diff fluid a few months ago, and made sure to add the trac lock additive. i can feel the sound matching the motion of wheels. 4 base model. they chevy dealership said it may be normal. which is only best described as a buzzing massage under my feet as well as the passenger's feet. The metal grinding noise should be addressed asap because it could be worn brakes and the humming is most likely a wheel bearing starting to make noise or it could be the tires because of the uneven wear. Once I accelerated above 68 mph, the noise appeared to go away but hard to say with. 4 wheel drive. from 12- mph to about 60 mph I heard nothing until thoes magic speeds were met. I noticed for the last couple of weeks it has a loud humming noise at 40 mph. I have a 2001 Ford Escort. I will double check the torque. " Car is currently in a private Volvo shop. i’ve noticed this annoying buzzing sound on the right door of my car recently. Humming noises are usually an indication of a bad bearing. Re: T jet humming sound at motorway speed Possible rear wheel bearing, quite common, easy to fix, hub comes complete. My best guess is that it's a vibration that comes from the exhaust. Probably will take this issue in to get looked at. HI THERE I HAVE ABIT OF A PROBLEM WITH CUPRA TDI. Stopped the truck, started again and all smooth for 30 minutes of driving, at speeds over 50 mph Then, same thing Monday. Drives very well with no mechanical problems, however there is a loud hum that occurs when reaching 60 MPH on the highway. HI THERE I HAVE ABIT OF A PROBLEM WITH CUPRA TDI. It happens anywhere around 25 mph and above up to about 60 mph. Depending on the pavement used on the road, I sometimes cannot hear it due to newer paved roads sounding much louder than a compacted older, smooth road. I've noticed over the last couple of weeks a strange humming / droning noise coming from inside the cabin when at 40-60 ish mph. Only happens during acceleration. I can let go of the wheel and it will stay perfectly straight. I took it the my dealer twice. It's just had 4 new Hankook Optimo tyres and a wheel alignment. Subaru - Outback :: Low Humming Noise Started At Around 40 MPH Or So - Front Engine Cowling Mar 13, 2014. It's not audible when windows are down. I spent about 9 hours in it and I noticed between 65-70 MPH I get a pretty loud humming/drone as well. The only times I've noticed it is around 60 to 70 mph, which is around 2000 rpm. Usually rear end whining noises from Jeeps are rated on a scale from 1-10. Just let off the pedal, still going 60 and the sound goes away. More than likely this is your issue. on it and runs good. I've tried changing wheels front to back. If you feel the vibration through the steering wheel, there is a tire balance, wheel bearing or worn CV joint at work. Humming is present and seems louder if I use d3 at around 65 mph and up. I'm having trouble with something like this as well. Hi guys, I'm new to this forum and hoping you can help. My ears start to feel weird as I close in on 60 and it Kind of stops making the hum When I hit 70. The noise goes away as soon as you slow down, accelerate, or switch the gear shifter into the tiptronic mode. I don't think it is the bearings as th. while driving 60 mph, an unknown grinding noise was heard from the rear of the vehicle. The noise only starts at 40 mph and stops at 50 mph. What does this mean? The entire hub and bearing assembly was installed as one-piece at the dealer. This is likely if the noise shows up after you have rotated your ties, or have not rotated them in a long time. At speeds above ~60mph when i let off the accelerator i began to hear a noise - a hum/whir or whine type of noise. The noise first became noticeable at ~35 mph. Once I let off the throttle, the noise decreases pretty much to not noticable. I notice it more when i let off the gas, although I think it still remains while giving it gas. This site is an archive only website. Discussion Starter • #1 • Jan 19, 2015. Automatic transmission- I bought my 2001 Acura Mdx in March 2019 it has ran fine until August 2019. Similar Threads - pulsating humming noise. The humming noise that I don't like happens at the speeds I mentioned previously, when I'm excelerating moderately, ECO on or off. I noticed a low humming noise lately on my wife's 2007 Outback which started at around 40 MPH or so. Anybody know what part is right under. i’ve noticed this annoying buzzing sound on the right door of my car recently. I just took my 2005 2. My noise starts around 70 mph and ends beyond 75 mph. Similar Threads - Loud humming noise My 2008 Prius Sounds Like A Racecar And Smells of Gas After 12V Battery Change (with video) mgonzales319 , Jun 15, 2020 at 10:17 AM , in forum: Gen 2 Prius Care, Maintenance and Troubleshooting. An abnormal or feathered tire tread pattern could make a harmonic noise as speeds increase. Junior Member. Replaced both wheel bearings on driver side, checked the transfer case and did a rear diff service. from 12- mph to about 60 mph I heard nothing until thoes magic speeds were met. I am not a mechanic guy, but of course these are your bearing wheels. when i get above the 65 mph mark, the buzz gets less noticable. On some very poor roads, the noise can be quite loud (as it will be in any car on the same road). So, a few weeks ago I noticed a humming noise coming from my front end. HI THERE I HAVE ABIT OF A PROBLEM WITH CUPRA TDI. Recently (at ~89K mile), I noticed a growl, low-frequency buzzing noise coming from my driver-front wheel. (1 month) ago started get a vibration noise coming out of the dashboard when I approached 45 mph and then goes away when I go over 60. i can’t exactly pinpoint where the sound is coming from but it’s been driving me insane. Noise seems loudest at 50mph. It buzzes mainly when I do a quick acceleration (like merging onto the freeway) and the buzzing comes on between 45-65 mph. while accelerating , pay close attention to the speed at which the noise starts , then get to 50 MPH and let off gas and shift to neutral , long enough to listen for ANY difference in. Yeah, the humming noise starts @ 45mph then kinda gets louder by 50+, then @ 60mph, the noise gets lower almost back to normal. Q5/SQ5 MKI (8R) Discussion - 2014 Q5 - humming noise at 60+MPH - Hi Gang: You've all been so helpful on this forum I'm hoping fellow owners can help me isolate what I may be hearing. It's just had 4 new Hankook Optimo tyres and a wheel alignment. This only occurs when hitting the gas at 38-40 mph and when the rpms are around 1500-1600. I googled the problem online, and it seems that many RAV4 owners have similar problem. It begins to be noticeable while coasting at about 15-20mph. Low Humming noise at 70 mph? Jump to Latest Follow 521 - 529 of 529 Posts. Sounds like in front of the firewall but I won't get out and scout it out at 65 mph :o) Hoping this is a problem that someone has solved It is higher. Try rotating the tires again, if necessary, and according to manufacturer's directions, which should help. OBSI stands for On-Board Sound Intensity, a method to measure tire/pavement noise at the source. Typical causes of a gear set whine type noise may include incorrect backlash and/or pinion depth adjustment or worn or scored gear set teeth. Left the tire shop and got it above 60 and the noise is still there. The largest sound effects library on the planet. i’ve noticed this annoying buzzing sound on the right door of my car recently. I read in the forum that this could be caused by wheel bearings, but my wheels are not loose at all. Perhaps it would help just a little if you mentioned where the humming hum) ocassionally at speeds obove 60 mph depending on wind direction. At 50mph, the car begins to make a subtle yet somewhat higher pitched whirling/whining/humming noise. i do know my control arms are bad, but i dont. Happens a little on rolling off the throttle Down hill. would appreciate any clues as to.