[DML] Re: Wierd Noise from everywhere.
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[DML] Re: Wierd Noise from everywhere.

Many high-performance (especially "gatorback" tread) tires get very 
noisy as they age. This is what I'd suspect first. (Many years ago 
when these tire designs started showing up, on another car, I 
actually had a dealer change out a differential under warranty trying 
to find the noise - when I changed the tires it went away.)

Usually bad wheel bearings show up on turns one way or the other, in 
a straight line I'd suspect tires. 

CV joints get sloppy, i.e. the clunk as you get on and off the gas. 
They don't get noisy. 

Dave Swingle

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "denverdelorean" 
<denverdelorean@xxxx> wrote:
> I am getting a wierd noise that I can only hear when the car is 
> and usually only at high speed. It seems to corellate with how fast 
> the tires are rolling, not engine rpm's.  It is a kind of mid-
> frequency hum.  do I have a CV joint going? needing lubrication?
> Matt
> 16076

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