My BAXR6 has developed a very strange whine fron the front end when I turn Left or right the problem is it won't do it every time Doh !! which makes it bloody hard for the boys at Herrod to try and find and fix they are doing a really exellent job trying to find it but it will only do it now and again.
It dose'nt seem to matter wheather I am goping slow or fast braking or accelrating just every now and again it lets out this bloody horriable whineing noise from the front end any ideas as to where to look would be greatly appreciated.
Hi all thanks for your great feed back to answer some ou your questions to try and help you all help me here goes.
Yes HOTDBZ it is like....a Woooooooooooooooo
Yes greg venom xr it sounds like a rotational noise it only happens when I turn left or right weather on the flat or load shifting it is also happenig more and more offten now.
Any one live in Melb ?.
Thanks for the suggestion of stearing pump guys i'll suggest that to them when it goes back to them on Monday to also get the bloody brake shudder fixed................ again rrrrrrr :-(. Not Happy Jan............ not with herrods just with all the problesm in general herrods seem to be doing a pretty good job in general the car is great to drive in a straight line and has heaps of power as long as you don't want to turn or brake..............
I love the car but theses problems are really starting to PI#$ me off the car has so far spent 8 weeks of the last 16 weeks off the road with one problem or another it's only done 8000 k's.
The Prob list so far
Computer x 1 new one
Radiator x 1 new one
Heater x 1 new one
Air Conditioiner x 1 new one
Battery x 1 new one
DVD Player x 7 new ones
Windscreen washer bottle pump x 1 new one
coolent bottle 1 x new one
Reverse sensor system fixed
Brakes x 2 new ones ( Front )
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