If I accelerate quickly i may hear it as the RPM’s pass quickly from 2500 to 3000. Sounds like mine comes from somewhere in back although I’ve hunted everywhere and haven’t found a thing. I just live with it unless somebody else hears it and makes it an issue (or can help isolate it). I had a real annoying buzz that was finally treaced to the plastic handlebar covers. Hey fellah I am a third owner of my SwinG — hey the silly previous two only put less then 1500 total miles on my steed!! What silly gooses they where–he he. Does it change when only accelerating or does it occur also when parked when gas is applied. It takes a few thousand miles for the belt to ‘wear on’ properly so it will make an occasional slight whine. However, it shouldn’t be a huge whine that you can clearly hear all the time. I get the whine even when I’m not turning the wheel. If you hear grinding sounds when you apply pressure to your brake pedal, it means the pads weren’t replaced in time or something is rubbing against the brake rotors the wrong way. Do not attempt to drive the car for any distance if the belt breaks, as this may cause the car to overheat and cause extensive engine damage, Stallings says. 07 Maxima making a humming noise after the car is turned off. I just found out my strut is broken on the front passenger wheel and now I’m hearing an humming sound when I turn my car off.
Sounds like maybe a misbalanced fan or loose belt? It usually goes away once I press the gas and start moving, but it will also come back if I’m coasting without my foot on the gas. If rear differential noise occurs while accelerating the car only at a certain speed, it is likely because the gears have become worn due to overloading and lubrication failure. This rear differential noise is described as a heavy clicking type of sound which occurs every eight feet or so. I’m hearing a noise in the back of my 93 Nissan Patrol. I have a big issue with my Automatic 2007 Ford F-150 4.2 Regular cab with an 8′ bed. Best of luck and keep us posted! So first I accelerated, the clicking noise echoed and gave a better hearing. First it start clicking at acceleration, then like one second later the noise clicked again. ’06 TL Dynaudio182/430/110 2x ID Max15s 2x JL HD600/4, HD750/1, PS8.255/40 RS-3. Im taking my car in under warranty this week for the same thing.
Why did my car start roaring whenever I press the accelerator? Basically, when I accelerate I hear the engine rev up as normal, but now I’m hearing a second revving-sound too. If so, they may not have put the air intake (a big black plastic snorkel that runs from the front of the engine compartment to the top of the engine) back together quite right, and you’re hearing noise from air getting sucked into the engine that normally gets muffled by the intake/air filter. I’ll keep an eye (or ear) on it and see if I gets worse the way you described. By Wes Siler – February 07, 2014. 3) The Feel: Engine Revs, Bike Doesn’t AccelerateYou open the throttle and the engine RPMs rise, but the power doesn’t reach the rear wheel or result in acceleration. Use common sense and determine if it’s safe to keep riding your bike with somewhat diminished braking capacity. So, I had a clogged breather tube on my VFR 800, but it didn’t make the engine cut out. Like, while I’m still on the bike, on the highway. Steering Wheel Vibration: My Car Shakes While I’m Driving. If you could slowly raise the RPM’s in the driveway until you hear the buzz noise, it might be easier to find then when your driving. The reason your AC keeps clicking is because your air conditioner is low on freeon. CV joints make a clicking noise, usually on acceleration and while turning, so I doubt it’s a CV joint.
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Scientific data and anecdotal experiences of the Hum vary so much from region the world that it’s still unclear whether VLF and ELF waves are the source of it, let alone a catalyst for mass murder. There’s a terrible irony to the vision of a conspiracy nut in a tinfoil hat, trying to keep the government from beaming thoughts into their heads, laughs MacPhearson, since aluminum does protect against some electromagnetic radiation. I am not a scientist but I am a biological sensitive and due to my personal experiences I feel I may know something on this subject and have earned the right to share my experiences. A radio station broadcasting at 600 KHz with sound modulating the frequency in order to hear the sound the receive radio must receive the radio signal and then separate, detect, the sound from the radio frequency. Starts at about 35mph and stops at 60 and when I am just applying steady pressure on the gas pedal. My Buick dealer tried to charge me 425 to do the job. Before I attemp to bring it to dealer I was wondering if anybody on this site had the same experience and if so what did you do. I accelerate from 60mph and up there is this humming sound that sounds like it’s coming from the cluster. I really don’t hear it that much anymore because I am use to it. I turned off the accelerating of my ssd, and what happened? So, to my knowledge only the speakers were changed and that has solved my problem. Is it possible that what I’m hearing is related to the oil and filter change? Pulling in the clutch while it buzzes (still using throttle) doesn’t do much except I’m being told my CVT noise is the 1st one they’ve heard of.. yeah right; Yeah right; Nissan could give a RATS A55! The Consumer Affairs staff is just smart enough to run a phone and cash a paycheck so don’t even look for more; keep the bar low on that one.
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I haven’t noticed the noise cancellation problem, but I do hear an occassional rythmic tone from beneath the hood that is only audible when outside of the vehicle. My wife’s 2006 Honda Accord is making the same popping noise as one accelerates from a stop or into a turn. I have a 2005 hybrid has anyone experienced that when coming to a stop or applying the brakes at over 40 mph it seems like the front end makes a humming or rattling noise and my check engine keeps coming on and off and the auto stop has been working on and off and I noticed a drop considerably on my mileage. Car clicking noise when I turn and accelerate, but it goes away when I’m driving straight, what could it be?. 7 Comments. Within the last week, I’ve also just started to hear the hum. I’m retired so I drove my car to the SC (125 miles) instead of trying to have an exchange at my residence. Though the starter is replaced, from time to time while I’m on the road, my car will just cut off, and I have to put it in neutral to restart it. Whenever I hit the blinker wand, I keep hearing this electric buzz (sometimes short, sometimes longer). I contacted Chevrolet and they said my warranty was up so I was on my own. I purchased a 2007 Monte Carlo in 2011 with 53,000 miles.
05-01-11, 07:00 PM 1 CCJ22. I’ve removed my foot from accelerator and still hear the noise even when coasting. I’m beginning to think the front tires need replacing or perhaps a balance. How long have this sound been there? Any new parts/replacement recently? Also, i know there’s no vibration when you accelerate, but if you apply brakes firmly from about 45mph or so, does it vibrate? if so, pedal? steering wheel? or both? And at that same time, does it pull to right or left? If it’s vibrating when you brake in pedal and steering wheel, most likely warped front rotors. Thanks George for keeping us updated. When I accelerate I hear a sound similar to whining coming from engine or transmission side of my 2001 AWD RX300 with 86K miles. Papa to 9, 7 girls, 2 boys. I’m jsut wondering whether this is nornal for AWD RX 300. Took the cycle in for the 600 mile check up yesterday. Have a 2012 purchased on December 22, from day one, during acceleration thru 3,000-4,000 rpm I will hear a buzzing sound from the fuel tank or engine compartment are. Accelerating from 3,000 to 4,000 RPM – How do you notice a sound that only lasts 1/10 of a second or so?. I have the same buzz at the same rpm’s but I’m pretty sure mine is coming from the dash somewhere. I just located my buzz the other day. Sorry I have not been able to get to everybody, but I will keep my eye on this everyday and keep working on all these problems. It doesn’t do it when I accelerate or decelerate (idle is also fine, as in the engine doesn’t jump RPMs). The lurching happens no matter what gear I am either and seems to get worse when I hit around 8k rpm. So I currently ride a Harley 883XL Iron and in looking to get another bike. The yamaha fz8 really catches my fancy and it has everything I’m. C2W posted a video last night about an FZ-07 and he raves about it pretty much the whole time. My bike has just got 600 miles on it and i have noticed at a higher rpm that my bike has a weird vibration has anyone noticed this? Also i keep hearing a bout a bluey fix? Thanks Im sure i will have more questions to come. Also i keep hearing a bout a bluey fix? Acceleration shudder. The first thing to do, was to pull the intake manifold off the engine. I have a Toyota Camry 2007 4 cyl model. My mother was unable to hear the rattle due to being a little deaf in her advancing years, but it drove me round the bend whenever I had to drive or travel in her car. The sounds I’m currently hearing is very similar. I had my VWR 600 Intake installed before I took delivery so I don’t know if that’s the culprit. I’m at about 800 mi now and have no mods. I keep on hearing a low faint ringing noise.