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#412 of 448 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo--making "whooshing" like noise
Jul 20, 2011 (4:09 am)
Just noticed this a few days ago, but I am a paranoid driver and hate driving a vehicle when something "could" be wrong.
Anyway, I noticed, what seems to me, a whooshing, air-like noise. The noise seems to come from right up front, around the dash. I can turn the car off and the noise is still there.
My husband drove it the last couple days and he says he can hear the noise but not sure what it is and other than the noise it runs pretty well. Any ideas what this could be?
1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo
4WD but doesn't work (differential went out, had changed to 2WD)
#413 of 448 Re: 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo--making "whooshing" like noise [lojo61377]
Jul 20, 2011 (9:31 am)
I had that same sound on my 93 and 95 cherokees and was told that the cause was the air conditioner. don't completely understand the science of them but the coolant in the air conditioner is just flowing back into the compressor and nothing to worry about.
#414 of 448 Re: 2004 Grand Cherokee, 86k miles [chele1082]
Aug 24, 2011 (8:55 pm)
hey, did you ever figure out that noise. my jeep would make the same clicking/grinding noise from the rear so i sat in the rear passenger seat and with the door open and my seat beat on i leaned out of the jeep while my dad made that slow left turn and noticed it was louder outside the jeep right near the pass. rear tire. long story short. i found my muffler pipe was loose and seen the spot where it would bang against at every left turn. i guess the rubber boot or mount on the muffler hanger went bad... replaced it for $9.00 at a local autoparts store. no more embarassing noise when turning left
#415 of 448 Re: 2004 Grand Cherokee Suspension Noise [barkman2]
Sep 13, 2011 (7:35 am)
try replacing your wheel barring on that side of the car my 98 jeep did the same thing and i fixed the barring and never heard the noise again.
#416 of 448 Front Bearing Roar 05 Grand Cherokee 4WD
Sep 18, 2011 (2:26 pm)
Low to medium pitched growling noise from somewhere in the front end which occurs only while the vehicle is in motion. Noise is most noticeable below 40 or so but is present at essentially all speeds as well as both on coast and acceleration. Noise disappears entirely when the vehicle is turned even moderately to the left and increases in severity when turned to the right.
#417 of 448 Re: 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee noises [1holderone]
Oct 09, 2011 (7:07 am)
Hi there if you have the tow bar that slides in and locks with a pin then check that out.After a while it opens up,but just place something to stop it moving around.
#418 of 448 sound on drive and reverse
Oct 09, 2011 (7:12 am)
I have a 2001 JGC 4.7 v8 when i move from P and go into R and D i get a clicking sound for a few seconds then it stops. Any help please. Thanks.
#419 of 448 Re: Front Bearing Roar 05 Grand Cherokee 4WD [steve001968]
Nov 15, 2011 (5:35 pm)
I have the same issue with a 2WD 2005 Grand Cherokee - opposite side. When I turn right, the roar disappears. Did you discover the problem?
#420 of 448 Humming sound on 60-75mph (95-120kmph) @1600rpm
Nov 17, 2011 (12:13 am)
1. I am hearing an annoying significantly loud humming sound when I drive on highways at speeds 60-75mph (95-120kmph) 1600rpm. Its sort of sounds like a sound blown through large hollow tube/flute.
2. I also can hear a rattling noise from my left rear side, its like a light metal grinding on some wheel sound.
3. Large fart like sound a few mins after I turn off my car from the front dashboard ... might be the AC? whats up with that?
Anyone knows what is causing it or faced any similar problem?
2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited - 67,000 miles (108000KM)
#421 of 448 Engine noise when switching off
Nov 18, 2011 (11:47 pm)
My jeep, 2006 Grand Cherokee 3.0 CRD, 135000km, makes a deep noise when switching off - a similar noise when you remove the air box completely and you hear a piston decompressing. Any suggestions what it might be?