Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2001 15:55:54 -0800
From: "Eccatfud" <eccatfudnopsamt.net>
Subject: Re: 90 Saab: whump, whump, whump sound in front end


It could possibly be the caliper not releasing properly and still being in contact with the rotor. I have an 88 SPG and my E-Brake cable (on the rear wheels, same as yours) is slightly stuck. I hear a whump when turning to the right. Lift the car on that wheel and see if the tire spins freely or if it has some drag. Make sure you're in neutral. "juanm105" <juanm105nopsamhlink.net> wrote in message news:B6B9B299.75C8%juanm105nopsamhlink.net... > Hi: > > My daughter's has a 1990 Saab Turbo. Yesterday she noted that she heard a > "helicopter-like" sound (thus the whump, whump, whump) in the front end of > her Saab. > > Sure enough, I just took it for a short ride and it makes a whump, whump, > whump sound in right front end. It seems it only make the sound over 25 MPH > and it is loud. > > My immediate thought (and I know nothing about this stuff) is the constant > velocity (CV) joint rubber boot is torn and flapping. I tried to see what I > could see but couldn't see anything with a quick look. > > Any thoughts????! > > > thanks > > > Juan >

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