Normally you wont hear anything but if I take an extended trip. Like a 50 miles drive. Its as if something is heating up and causing this loud rub noise as heard in the video linked below. The tires are new, it has disc brakes on all tires, the rotors seem ok, not mint but not gouged or anything
This will happen anytime I drive for a period of time on the highway. However oince it starts doing it , it will continue even at slow speeds until the car is turned off and “cooled down” for a bit then the sound will be gone.
In the video when you hear the noise stop that is me pushing my brakes. If the brakes are pressed the noise completely stops.
If I turn the wheel 3 degrees to the right, the noise completely stops. It can be hard to tell but it sounds like its coming from the Rear driver side
Its only if I am going straight and not applying the brakes that its this constant sound. And sometimes it will eventually just stop making the sound after 30 miles of hearing it and just run normal again even without stopping to let it “cool down”
Any ideas what it might be? I am not a car guy and would like some information to tell the mechanic because it is such a unique problem and cant replicate it for them since it takes 50+ miles of doing 70mph before it will start doing it.