Why Does My Car Make a Humming Noise?

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Your car might be making a humming noise for a variety of different reasons. For example, there might be something wrong with the transmission. If you are driving a manual, there might be something wrong with your gearbox.
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Maybe a wheel bearing -does the sound change when turning in one direction or the other? Could be a belt driven accessory that has a bearing going bad. i.e. alternator, water pump
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Determining whether the humming noise is coming from inside the home is easy. Take a corded phone outside to the telephone junction box. Open the junction box with a screwdriver and
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I'll need more info, what kind of car is it? Does it
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someone singing in the engine bay?
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