Re: [DML] Humming sound
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Re: [DML] Humming sound



If it changes in pitch, it could be the fuel pump. Do you have the A/C on
when you hear it? If so, it's possible that it's a fan or the pressure
relief valve if it's low on freon. Otherwise, I agree with Dani that it
could be one or more of the bearings.
 Johnny
5518

 On 10/20/05, coreysmoo <coreysmoo@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> When I get my D up around 35 MPH, I hear a low humming sound coming from
> the
> front end. The sound does not get noticably audible until I hit 45 MPH.
> It's not loud
> or anything. It's just noticable. Could it be the fan? I can find no
> problems upon
> inspection of the area. Any clues?
>
> Corey
> 2423




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