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Brake noise, like all sound, is the result of vibration. A “slow” vibration sounds like a groan, while a “fast” vibration will sound like a squeal, because the pitch is determined by the frequency of the vibration. A vibration in one part can induce a secondary vibration into another part sometimes making it quite difficult…
A defective twin-bearing mounting plate assembly shows no sign of damage on the outside. It usually makes a slight noise. Here’s the recommended procedure to check the twin-bearing mounting plate assembly.
Regular inspection and maintenance can reduce bearing damage in conventional wheel ends and decrease long-term costs.
The following alternator information has been created as a guide for charging system diagnosis and troubleshooting the alternator.
The 2005-2007 Ford Focus vehicles do not allow for servicing of the air filter. See how an aftermarket redesigned air filter box solves this problem.
Noise is a classic sign of a bad wheel bearing or wheel hub bearing. Here are some indicators of a worn wheel hub bearing or other wheel-end damage.