2000 Ford Taurus 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic 31888 miles
My grandmother took care of this car as well as she did her kids, but it hasn't been driven through the winter. I just got it registered/insured into my name, and have been driving it around. I replaced the tranny fluid, filled the tires, and have found no other serious problems. The only thing is that when I accelerate I hear a loud whirring noise coming from the front of the car (even level of sound from drivers side and passengers). My mom thought that the transmission at first, but when I drive the RPMs switch over at the right times. Since the transmission is at the very front of the car the front tires are 40PSI while the back are 25PSI. Are the tires what I'm hearing? Are they slightly flat or do I need to replace them? What do you think I'm hearing?
have the same problem?
Monday, March 9th, 2009 AT 2:19 PM