Rhythmic humming at high speed


Asked by Mar 22, 2017 at 07:45 AM about the 2000 Ford Mustang GT Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have this hum that's rythmic, but not
matching engine or wheels rythem, at
120kms, I can feel the hum thru the
steering wheel

5 Answers


Have the wheel bearings checked along with the CV joints in the front axle shaft.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

You may have 2 tires out of balance or out of round that cause the rhythmic noise. I had same issue on a Corvette I owned. Balancing the tires fixed it.


Thanks guys, hey Bob I just changed my winters to summers(I know it's early, but I need the wider meats)and I still have the noise, it actually started after I changed my diff gear, but the noise comes from the front, I'm 100% sure of that I was thinking the front bearings as well, so I bought some today I just have to install, thanks for helping me guys.


As my good friend "Rowefast" posted, it could be wheel bearings. I just wanted to offer up some extra possible causes.


Thanks Bob...you too.

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