2004 Ford Explorer
When driving down the highway I can hear what sounds like a whinning noise coming from up under the front of the SUV. It seems to be coming from both sides of the front end as I can hear it loudly when in either seat. It reminds me of a kettle of water steaming or when running a fork across a dinner plate. It usually only happens when going faster (ie highway speeds) The dealer has attempted to fix with the springs, tensioners, and tire rotation. Another other ideas? I have seen stuff on noises coming from the rear end, but this seems to be from the front.
Belt may be slipping. Also you should check your bearings in the pulleys.
May 21, 2007.
May 21, 2007.
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