I have a 2001 Jeep Laredo with 109,000 miles. Over the past couple months it has been making a “chirping” sound in sync with the wheel rotation. It sounds like it is coming from the front passenger side. Also when I put on the brakes, right before it stops it makes a “creaking” noise—also from the same side. (The brakes are tight and seem to work fine). I was afraid of brake and/or wheel bearing problems. I had it checked out with a reliable shop. They said my brakes were in excellent shape, the wheel bearings were tight and they couldn’t find anything wrong----nor could they hear the noise. It is hard to hear on a busy street. You have to be in an underground garage, or driving when there are few cars on the road. Could you help with a possible diagnosis? Thank you! I am very frustrated and afraid it isn’t safe---though the mechanic shop assured me it was.
have the same problem?
Tuesday, August 13th, 2013 AT 2:51 PM