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Hi can anyone suggest what this could be please?

Over the last 30-50 miles my car had started to make strange noises when driving. There's a constant honking frk

The drive train as if there's a small distressed goose underneath. It started approx. 50 miles ago and was most noticeable at first when turning right at low speed.

Now it's pretty much constant. The middle prop yoke was changed 1000 miles ago. It sounds more like bearings graunching or as if something needs greasing.

Anyone experienced this before? The car has done 62k miles from new and is still on it's original wheel bearings.

Any suggestions appreciated

James

Ps checked underneath and no sign of a goose

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Hi can anyone suggest what this could be please?

Over the last 30-50 miles my car had started to make strange noises when driving. There's a constant honking frk

The drive train as if there's a small distressed goose underneath. It started approx. 50 miles ago and was most noticeable at first when turning right at low speed.

Now it's pretty much constant. The middle prop yoke was changed 1000 miles ago. It sounds more like bearings graunching or as if something needs greasing.

Anyone experienced this before? The car has done 62k miles from new and is still on it's original wheel bearings.

Any suggestions appreciated

James

Ps checked underneath and no sign of a goose

May have run over a clown goose. Very brightly coloured. :lol: :lol: :lol: Best way of checking for wheel bearings is at slow speed on sharper cornering either reversing or normal turning. Also a shock absorber may have given up. Even new ones can fail. :huh::(

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