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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-01-2011 Thread Starter
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2000 Mustang Wierd Noise

Me and the wife just got a 2000 v6 5 speed mustang. My problem is there is a strange noise when the car is moving. The noise is consistent with vehicle speed, not engine rpm. The noise seems like its coming from under to infront of me. It does it in gear, out of gear, clutch in, clutch out, acceleration, and decel. The only time i've noticed that it doesnt do it is when i am driving down the road and kinda jerk the wheel to the right. It almost sounds like what a vibration would sound like but there really isnt any vibration. Sorry, thats really the only way i can think of describing it. If you got any questions, please ask. I am new to fords


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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-01-2011
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Could be the brakes hanging up, wheel bearing, or suspension bushing. Is it coming from one side?


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I'm not sure if its comeing from just one side or not but it did kinda sound like it was comeing from the passenger side alittle more. I'm gonna jack it up and take a look at everything underneath. it's not our primary vehicle so its just sitting in the garage.
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Thanks for the help Silver J. It turned out to be the passenger wheel bearing. Damn easy fix!!!!!!!!! Now all i got to do is changed the fuel pump in our Blazer. LOL
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Great! Glad you got it fixed. =)

FLASH = 98 V6, chrome yellow, black & blue accents, 146k daily driver
POWER: divorced exhaust with glasspacks; BBK CAI, TB, UDPs; (shift kit in the garage)
STYLE: black headlights, black taillights, black grille, black hood pins, black window tint, blue hood & side scoops, blue billet fuel door, interior billet, 12000k HIDs
RIMS: XXR 006 black spoke with blue lip; 18x8.5 front, 18x9.5 rear
TIRES: BFG KDW/2 245/40R18 front, 275/35R18 rear
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