New member. Noise from left rear wheel

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by ujunwa, Dec 17, 2006.

  1. ujunwa

    ujunwa Guest

    I recently purchased a used 2003 T&C LXI. I hear aloud noise from the
    left rear wheel when driving.The noise is worse(louder) when I have
    passengers. Can any body offer a clue?
    ujunwa, Dec 17, 2006
  2. ujunwa

    maxpower Guest

    Not without hearing the noise!! could be a wheel bearing. why not take it
    back to the place you bought it from?

    Glenn Beasley
    Chrysler Tech
    maxpower, Dec 17, 2006
  3. ujunwa

    Joe Guest

    I bet it's either that or a tire. The increasing noise hauling more people
    sounds like the bearing.
    Joe, Dec 18, 2006
  4. ujunwa

    Tom Duller Guest

    A lady I know had what sounds like the same problem with her Dodge minivan
    (close enough). Kind of a low whining noise? Varys with speed, but not
    different pavement? It turned out to be bearings. I thought it was her tires
    but when she eventually got new ones the noise remained.

    Tom Duller, Dec 19, 2006
  5. I am experiencing the same problem with my Chevy Impala. I just got it
    about 3 weeks ago. I dropped it off at my service department where I
    bought it from so that they can take a look at it and fix whatever the
    problem is. Its probably not anything that you've done wrong. It
    could have been something going on with the car that they didn't tell
    you about and then from you driving it, just made the issue worse. I
    was hearing the same type of noises from the left side as well and
    someone suggested to me that it may be fuel pump failing. I should be
    receiving a call from my service department about what the problem is
    before they go in and fix it. I just pray to god that my warranty will
    cover the cost because I have no money. But, I will let you know what
    they say since you are experiencing the same issue as me.
    roniquecooper, Dec 21, 2006
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