If you hear a chirping sound, you either have a pulley misalignment or your serpentine belt might be worn. Unless you’re listening to Colt Ford’s “Cricket on a Line”
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Unless you are listening to 2 Chainz “4 AM” Ft. Travis Scott, a clicking sound when turning a corner usually indicates that you need to replace your CV joint.
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Unless you’re listening to “Der Tod Ist Ein Dandy” by Einstürzende Neubauten, if you hear a squeaking sound when slowing down, your brake pads are wearing down and need replacement.
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If you waited too long to replace your brake pads, you will hear a harsh grinding sound. This means the pads are worn right down and you are scratching your rotors with the backing plate. Unless you are listening to “<shutdown.exe>” by 3Teeth.
(photo courtesy of https://ricksfreeautorepairadvice.com/grinding-noise-when-braking/ . This site is also a good resource for an actual rundown of what could be causing the sound)
Unless you are listening to “Bike” by Pink Floyd, that siren is the sound of a police car pulling you over.
(photo courtesy of Ontario Provincial Police)