I've got a 2007 Ford F150 4x4. Due to large amounts of snow the past couple weeks have been tough driving and have been going in and out of 4 wheel drive a lot. The other day I was in 4 wheel drive and heard a couple squeaks. After going back to 2 wheel drive there seems to be a humming or whirring noise coming from the front end. Sounds comparable to the noise a tire makes while driving on asphalt, just louder. I just notice it mainly while coasting at low speeds (10-20 mph). It also doesn't seem to coast quite as well and seems to take a little more power to accelerate. It also seems a little harder to turn the steering wheel, but that could just be my imagination. It has also been bitter cold the past week, don't know if that could have anything to do with it. Thanks!
Friday, February 11th, 2011 AT 1:24 PM