I bought my first corvette it is a 2000 C5 it has an un bearable growl
during regular stright line driving but goes away completely when taking
righ hand wide turns i have replaced all four tire and all four rotors
with no prevail still loud and unbearable at any speed surly it is not
suppose to do this have had no help on this problem and need help fast
before i torch the car and buy an import. have herd changing the rear
dirrerential fluid but what type and how much also heard changing the rear
bearing but what bearing the wheel bearing or differential bearing i have
put way to much money in this car and i will never buy a corvette again
just for this problem. If any one has any insite please help me and direct
me in the right place I will not pay for an answer either like just ask
does there has to be a free answer or help somewhere
Just hang in there, it sounds like you're getting lots of good free
advice so far. Why did you buy one with a growl in the first place?
Knew you were smarter than the seller and could fix it for nothing?
More good free advice? Why not fix the growl instead of opting for new
tires and rotors, more good advice or just your talent as an
automotive diagnostician? A good mechanic fixes the problem, others
(insert your pet name for a hack) just change parts until they stumble
on the issue and then blame the car. You're a treasure.
Good luck with your import.
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