My car has started giving me some sort of sounds like kinking when I taken it for tire rotation.
Reverted the tire rotation but stil the issue exists. Chekced it at Tire Discounters and they replaced the brake pads and still the sound is there. Now they are saying it might be due to some tire issues. They have checked all wheels, and other mechanical stuff and said it is absolutely fine. Could you help me finding the solution.
It is hard to tell without hearing the noise. A kinking sound to me would mean something suspension related but there are so many different parts that it is hard to narrow it down.
I would start by going to a mechanic recommended by a friend or family. Tell them the issue and ask them for a diagnose only.
Try to get other opinions at 3 other shops maybe Pep Boys, Wal-Mart and the dealer. You will find out whats the true problem and what is a fair price.
Good luck, happy hubbing!
Try taking the car to a professional other than the tire place. A test drive with a trained ear is often all that is needed to solve the mystery.
Since the noise appeared after removing the wheels, If the car has wheel covers, remove them all and see if the noise is gone.
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