I drive a 1992 Nissan Primera 2.0 slx wagon. (140,000 miles) Lately there’s been a squeeky sound that sounds like it’s coming from a front axel, not sure. The sound runs in direct proportion to velocity. I took the car to a mechanic who first installed new tires then went for a drive with me to hear the squeeking sound. Fortunately or unfortunately the sound had dissappeared so we assumed it had something to do with the tires. Now it’s back. Any ideas what it might be? Is there a cheap fix? All suggestions welcome. Thanks!
This Might Be A Case Of Turning Up The Radio.
I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but that car is like 17 or 18 years old, at least.
Did the “mechanic” check the brakes for wear? Brake pads often “chirp” in relation to speed when the “wear indicators” contact the rotors. Usually the noise stops when you lightly touch the brakes.
Make sure the car was thoroughly “safety checked”, including brakes, steering, and suspension components. Turn up the radio if it still squeeks.