What Causes Noisy Struts?

Answer The terms “strut” and “shock absorber” are interchangeable in the minds of many car owners, but this is a misconception. The strut is a compact but complex assembly of parts that handles sh... Read More »

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What Causes a Faucet to Be Noisy?

Faucet noise is a product of several factors. Not all have to do with the faucet itself. Some have more to do with your plumbing. If your faucet makes noise, one of these issues is probably to blam... Read More »

What Are the Causes of Struts Going Bad?

Struts do three basic things; they act as an upper control arm, support the car's weight with a coil spring and control wheel movement with a shock absorber. Strut failures can happen in a number o... Read More »

What to Do for a Noisy Flywheel?

Noisy flywheels can become a nuisance to drivers during their everyday commute. It can become necessary to do something about the noise. However, finding the problem of what is wrong with your flyw... Read More »

What is the cure for a noisy ceiling fan?

AnswerI had a problem with a noisy hunter fan last month. After going to similar post like this one, I found this site and ordered a bottle of fan motor oil (I know it sounds funny... Read More »