Squealing engine noise
A loud squealing sound can be heard from within the engine, often when turned on. This is a general indication of something wrong from within the engine. Not only will it be an expensive fix, but it can also hinder passenger safety as well. Often, such noises are sourced from the damage of the serpentine belt within the engine. If the belt is too tight, it can lead to excessive pressure on other essential engine components such as the compressor and alternator. If it is too loose, it can cause a somewhat flabby sound and damage relevant parts as well. You can redress such issues by periodically examining the status of the belt or merely readjusting it. Sometimes, the failure of pertinent engine parts can cause damage and sounds from within.
Bad noise from the brake
Many concerns can arise from the negative and unfamiliar sound arising from within the brakes. Generally, the rotors of the brake can cause strange noise due to excessive moisture build up and rust formation. However, these are not serious. Serious sounds are formed when a bad brake sound is produced from worn out brake pads. Driving with worn pads can hinder the credibility of brakes and obstruct active safety as well. Brakes can be damaged when debris gets stuck between the rotor and caliper, and as a result, produce a grinding noise. You can redress such issue by examining the rotor and caliper for debris deposit, changing brake pads and applying lubrication effectively.
Clicking when turning
If you hear a clicking like sound when turning your vehicle, you can settle on being sourced from an issue arising from the CV or constant velocity joint or axle hub. The CV joints can produce such clicking sounds if not lubricated effectively or damaged already. Such damages must be replaced immediately. The axle hub is the part which bears the vehicle’s weight when turning, and sounds from such element should be directly looked into and replaced.
Loud tire noise
There are quite a few reasons as to why a loud noise can be produced from the tires when driving. Presence of compressed air on tire treads can cause such noises; however, these aren’t serious. Severe cases are sourced when there is an uneven alignment of balance between the four tires and issues with the wheel bearing. Such cases are to be looked at immediately as they compromise vehicle safety. You can address such issues by periodic vehicle maintenance and replacement of wheel bearings accordingly.