Brakes? Might be the first thing to check. Run ur finger along them and see if they are messed up
if your pads are worn out and the rivets or the steel plate is rubbing the rotor then you will hear it when you are not using the brakes..if you run it very long like that you will need new rotors as well as pads....if that is the problemI dont know much about cars, but i dont think it would be the brakes. It makes the noise even if i am not using them, like if i am just driving.
You can loosen up the two connector nuts that connect the manifold pipe to the cat pipe, rotate the exhaust pipe, then retighten being sure to hold the exhaust at that angle when tightening.mbrinz76 said:I just change my manifold and drove the jeep and found the exhaust was scraping the front drive shaft. I guess there is a different angle on the new manifold. I hope it wasnt an error on my part during installation. Does anyone know if this is a problem with the new manifolds?