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It's a Noise, but it's NOT that noise?!?!


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jenclingler81
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May 10, 2017, 8:14 AM

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It's a Noise, but it's NOT that noise?!?! Sign In

Good Morning, I am in desperate need of some help!
2010 Ford Edge, 140,000 miles has a sound coming from what sounds like the front drivers wheel and a vibration in the back. The vibration in the back only happens when you first take off past 5mph nothing. The sound in the front sounds like a wheel bearings going out. Doesn't sound different when you turn either direction, The noise doesn't start till you hit about 40mph sometimes you don't hear it till you get to 60mph, we've looked for something rubbing, something loose, nothing. Sounds just like a wheel bearing going out. In the last month, we have put new tires on it, replaced all rotors, all new brakes, new hubs, new wheel bearings, lower ball joints, control arms, bolts, new tie rods, serpentine belt, CV axle shaft, tightened EVERYTHING! Please, I am begging for some help as I'm running out of things to replace.... any help or suggestion would be must appreciated. Thanks!
I should add that the noise stops when you get back down to about 20 or 30 mph. Then when you take off from a stop sign the vibration in the back is there for a split second stops when you past 5mph, then the horrific "wheel bearing" sound starts again. We possibly thought something is loose blowing and rubbing in the wind but we can't find anything! All brake calibers are good too. Help!


Discretesignals
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May 10, 2017, 8:27 AM

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Maybe you should have your mechanic take a look at it. Noises are hard to diagnose over the internet because you have to be there to listen to the type of noise and to pinpoint its location. Your mechanic may be able to drive it on a lift and find out where the noise is originating from.





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Tom Greenleaf
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May 10, 2017, 9:26 AM

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Hey! You are calling this "HORRIBLE!" At least make sure lug nuts are tight! Even tightening them now doesn't mean they didn't cause damage if that is the problem - rare but it happens as the last step finishing up,




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jenclingler81
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May 10, 2017, 10:21 AM

Post #4 of 7 (54 views)
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Lug Nuts are definitely tight. They were NEVER loose, thank you for the suggestion though.


jenclingler81
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May 10, 2017, 10:22 AM

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We are up to mechanic opinion #5, everyone is puzzled... I will definitely share whatever the problem is, whenever we find it. Thank you.


Discretesignals
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May 10, 2017, 11:01 AM

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Is this AWD?





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jenclingler81
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May 10, 2017, 12:02 PM

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Yes, it is AWD






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