the stabilizer bars on the rear end usally the bushing s wear out
Don't push that button.
Because the speed of sound travels at +- 1300 km/h and the car that is approaching isn't that fast. So u first hear the sound before the car reaches u.
not likely at all.
cheack your break booster.
You may need a wheel bearing or a tire rod end.
yes , as long as it is same engine block,be sure to use your old torque converter, and put tranny fluid in converter before installing it onto trans , when putting it on trans push it on turn to the right hear a clunk keep turning to right hear another clunk and there ya go it is seated properly. using your old torque converter ensures the fit to the flywheel
By turning the sound off and then on.
you can hear A very complicated process of turning waves into sound occurs in your ears
Most likely a bad hub. Try turning the steering wheel right or left and see if the sound changes or goes away while turning. If it goe away or significantly changes when you turn left it is probably the right hub and vice versa when you turn the other way. If you hear a popping sound when turning it is the constant velocity joint.
I would check to see if you need an alignment.
If you hear a screeching sound when turning right, it may be your front tires. Simply get out and check the tires for pressure, as well as if a nail or shards of glass are stuck between the treads. If there is no nail or glass, it has to be your axle. Axles can erode over time to heavy use and wear and tear.
it does it chages by turning on a fire and hear its crackles
why do rabbits keep their big sound collecting ears
YES. replace only the one that is cliking.
The ear closest to the sound source hears it first. IF you always hear it "first" on your right, then you should have your hearing checked.
Bad CV joints. Fix asap, as this is a dangerous situation.
When turning left or right, you will hear a clicking noise.