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A very quick shot of a water displacement spray will do the trick. CRC or WD40. Not much. If you use belt dressing...it will sing to you as it's sticky. Before doing anything... take a wooden do well and, with the engine running, place the end of the dowel against your idler pulley. If so equipped...making sure not to get it unto moving parts. Put your ear ...
With the limited info available it sounds like the ABS pump running. I can't think of anything else that cycles that fast. Why it would be running at start up I haven't a clue. You could try pulling the ABS fuse and see if the noise stops.
If you are absolutely certain that you're not hearing the "low brake pad" warning made by the steel warning point against the disc, then it might be your pads have shaped in such a way as to cause the noise. Do you do lots of highway driving? One thing you could try to remedy the shape of the pads (which is a microscopic change) is to find a safe, ...
what i get is that it might be some clip that holds the brake assembly coming in contact with something when u brake moderately. Happens when car is warm--->temperature increases the metal clip/strip of brake assembly EXPANDS like it was 7 mm it expands to 7.2 mm comes in contact abrasively with other parts. on slamming brakes hard u dont get the sound ...
With the lack of information you've (haven't) provided, there is only one thing which I can think of which might be causing the noise you are describing, and that is if the main bearing in the front of the transmission is going out. When you push in the clutch pedal, the transmission is disconnected from the engine and is therefor not turning. When the ...
Typically a very loud, low rumbling noise means that your wheel bearings are going bad. I'd be willing to bet that depending on how the sound sounds, it is your wheel bearing. They are not typically very expensive to fix, but you will most likely need to take it to a shop, because you will need a bearing puller to complete the replacement.
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