Occasionally your vehicle can make noises in the front axle, you are very certainly not reassured by this sorts of noise and you right away tend to presume that you will lose a wheel or that the fix will cost you an astronomical sum. Thus, what if you discern a noise coming from the front end of your Hyundai Ioniq? It may not be much and you can repair the problem yourself, but if in doubt it is better to check before a larger failure takes place. It is with this in mind that we have chosen to compose this content and allow you to locate the problem and find a treatment. We will, through different steps review all the elements that can create noises at the front end of your Hyundai Ioniq.
What are the elements that can cause front axle noise Hyundai Ioniq?
Most of our job will focus on finding the element that gives your Hyundai Ioniq front wheel noise. The following is a list of the components that are most likely to be making it and how to confirm it.
Noise vibration front end Hyundai Ioniq : the shock absorber cup
One of the most likely causes of symptoms on your Hyundai Ioniq front axle noise is advanced wear and tear on your suspension system. In fact, the suspension cups, when they are dead, the rubber (silentblock) that acts as a buffer and shock absorber for the upper part of the suspension no longer does its role and during small jolts that compress the suspensions. To check if this is the problem that concerns you, take a dented, slow-speed road and focus on the noise coming from your front end as you pass over holes. If these are the cups, think about swapping them promptly as this may affect other parts and require more expensive repairs.
Noise while turning front end Hyundai Ioniq : stabilizer bar
If you detect of a noise on your Hyundai Ioniq at the level of the front end when you are turning flat or climbing on sidewalks for example, it is most likely related to one of the parts of your stabilizer bar that is malfunctioning. To confirm the origin of the problem, you may feel a lack of balance in the direction of the car (it pulls to the left or it pulls to the right). Moreover, you can position yourself on one side of one of your front wheels then the other and try to shake your wheels powerfully, if you hear a clicking sound it is highly conceivable that your silentblocks of stabilizer bar are dead. In this case, go to your mechanic.
Front axle noise when turning Hyundai Ioniq : direction triangles
Finally, you may have a noise in the front wheel on your Hyundai Ioniq, when you accelerate, brake or in a rather random but regular way. It is likely that the cause of this problem comes from the direction triangle or the direction hinges. Indeed, a damaged steering triangle will be testable during the acceleration phases when it will move away and the car will pull on the outside of the weak triangle (left triangle pulls to the left) and when braking towards the inside of the same side (left triangle pulls to the right). You can also check the condition of the swivel bellows visually, which may disrupt the action of changing direction. If you are in one of these cases go to your technician.
Loud noise front end Hyundai Ioniq : bearings
One of the other likely origins of symptoms of the front axle of your Hyundai Ioniq, may be that one of your rollings is tired, it will tend to make a thumping noise that raises when it is under stress (turns faster and faster). So you should check by taking speed (neutral and window open to hear only the noise of the wheels) that the noise is well located here, if this is the case replace it or them promptly. If, on the other hand, this noise only shows up with an engaged speed, consult our article on loud noise on Hyundai Ioniq, you will most certainly find a solution to your problem.
Front end noise squeaking Hyundai Ioniq : cardan shaft
One of the most common causes when noise shows up on the front axle of your Hyundai Ioniq when you turn with your car is related to the direction of your car. Indeed, the gimbals and their bellows are parts that are continuously stressed during your changes of direction and a wear of one of them can create “Clac clac” type noises when you approach the stop zone of your direction. A bellows with holes will damage the cardan shaft very quickly and must be replaced very quickly, otherwise it will be necessary to change the entire cardan shaft. Remember to take a look at it and have it repaired if necessary. If it is rather a squeaking noise on Hyundai Ioniq, do not hesitate to consult this article to find the solution to your problem.