04 sienna has a winding sound in first gear?
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Answer . I found the info on removeing the factory radio and other info on accessing the dashboard panel interior here at a sienna forum http://www.siennaclub.org/forum/index.php?showtopic=941
Chevy Silverado 2001 1500 4 8L V8 why is it when first accelerating the second gear jerks into gear and when speeding up theres a hissing sound where the engine is when the gear is about to change?
Answer . Check differential fluid and replace is necessary. This will help the gears from jerking. Also, check your vaccum hoses and make sure none are leaking.
How do you stop the Brake Indicator Sound on a 1997 Buick Riviera from continuously dinging as I give it gas til it shifts out of first or second gear?
Had same issue with my 97 riv. turns out the E brake was on the whole time regardless of the pedal position. Check the brake cable just behind the driver door edge for damage. Mine had about 1 inch of sleeve missing which caused the brake to stick on. To temporarily fix it just pull the sleeve back …to where it should rest. could also be a problem with the switch on the e-brake pedal as well (MORE)
Answer . Vibration of the strings. . For wind instruments you have to blow into them.
Yes . Yes, wind can blow and distort sound waves. This is apparent sometimes when listening to open-air concerts close to the sound stage and far from it. Wind currents and atmospheric phenomena can alter or distort the sound waves, which travel through air (some medium is required) by compres…sing and decompressing the air molecules. Winds and other air currents can perturb that action and distort the sound, either by altering its amplitude, changing its apparent direction, or even altering its frequency slightly. (MORE)
Answer . \nWind does, as neither liht nor sound is a what but a whim. Wind is the only process that is a transport of mass and matter. The others do not travel, but fare.
Answer . Multiple "clicks" check for a weak battery Check fr loose or corroded battery cables. Single "click" Maybe a bad starter solenoid
Kx 125 year 04 dirt bike im having trouble with my gears i can only get first and second could anyone give me some answers please?
Sounds like your gear box had it... It would be best to go back to the shop you bought it or just to any motorcycle distributor/ shop and explain your problems....
Answer . you may not be pushing the clutch all the way in or the cluch may need to be adjusted
could be u-joints or a sloppy ring and pinion gear mating. The slack has got to be taken up somewhere. Without knowing the mils i would get under truck and wiggle up and down and side ways and twist by hand all the u-joints and look for wear even rust, that would be the cheapest fix
The wind instrument creates different frequencies which travel through air as waves. It actually travels the same way your voice leaves your mouth.
Is it your linkage or do you need a new gear box on peugeot 106 when you stopped at the lights it would not go into first gear will only go into 3 and 4 gear the gear stick seems to sound hollow?
Worn out linkages, replace the entire linkage. I have fitted rose joints on a 106 Rally car gearbox linkages but that hasn't solved the problem. They just wear and get sloppy.
You will need to replace the brake pads to stop this squeaking sound. The sound is being generated by a set of "wear indicators'. It is a small tab of steel that is attached to one of the pads on either side of the car. (One per side) When the pads are worn down to their usable limit, the wear indic…ators will rub the rotors when the brakes are applied. The sound is then transmitted through the rotor causing a screeching sound that is very irritating. If you allow the car to continue with out replacing the brakes (getting a brake job) then you could possible be in for a more expensive cost to replace the rotors too. (MORE)
Wind instruments convert a moving column of air into sound, whether the air comes from the player's lungs or an external device. This category of instruments extends far beyond the familiar brasses and woodwinds of the orchestra to include harmonicas, accordions and bagpipes, all of which use unconv…entional methods of setting air into motion. For traditional wind instruments, however, players use their own lips and lungs to control the passage of air through the instrument, and in some cases the pitch as well. (MORE)
The 8-speaker system is the biggest piece of crap to come in a entry level luxury sedan. I mean garbage. Too soft, no highs, no lows.
Cling cling cling..... lol Striking a chime, or allowing chimes to strike each other, causes them to vibrate at a frequency that relates to the density of the material, of which they are made, and the length and diameter.
Why does your 2001 ranger xlt sound like a wind machine when you first start it It is fine when you drive a block or so?
because the rangers come with mechanical cooling fans so when the engine is cold it idles faster so the fan will run faster as the engine warms up the idle speed slows.
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The sound of releasing flatus (the sound of a f*rt) is sometimes represented by "pfft" or "pftt", often with multiple T's to indicate a sound of extended length. This form does not necessarily represent only passing gas or breaking wind , and must be explained in context.
On a clarinet the vibration of the reed makes the sound and the sound comes out of the holes. When you close a hole the air has to find other holes which make different pitches.
the question is more than requires two answers: (1) if this vehicle is a standard you probably got a bearing going in the trans. (2) if this vehicle is a automatic you probably got a tranny mount broken or very worn. also check for play in linkage at both ends of cable.
Yes it can because, depending on the wind speed, it creates air pressure diferences. if it is faster it travels slower and if its slower the sound waves travel faster. All of this is regardless of the wind direction.
It can, as a verb. The verb "wind" means to turn or wrap and is pronounced like wined or whined . (long I) The noun "wind" meaning blowing air rhymes with pinned or tinned (short I)
The sounds wind makes when blowing in the wind differ dependingupon the speed and density. For example, when wind is blowing veryfast and furious it makes a whooshing sound.
Different instruments produce sound differently. In a nutshell: In reed instruments like clarinets and saxophones, the player's air goes across the reed, creating vibration. For double reed instruments (oboe, bassoon, english horn), the two reeds vibrate against each other. Not all reeds require …direct contact with the player's mouth, like the bagpipes. For flute family instruments, the player directs air into a small hole in the head joint, and a rapid vibration is created in the head of the flute. The rest of the flute is the resonator. Brass instruments (trumpet, french horn, tuba, ect.) make their sound from sympathetic vibration of air in a tubular resonator. The mouthpiece is vibrated by the player's lips. That's why they make the "buzzz" type of vibration in their lips when they play. (MORE)
Wind turbines are designed to be quiet but all make a sound when the blades are being driven. There is an amount of noise caused by the generating equipment and there is the noise of air turbulence as it passes the blades.
The airbag module on an 04 Toyota Sienna is located at the front ofthe engine compartment. It monitors for impacts which cross athreshold which triggers the airbags.
Speed: Wind (which is created by the earth's rotation) is the air being pushed by the earth's movement. Air, just like any solid, liquid, or gas, will have a velocity when in motion. that velocity will go against any velocity moving in the opposite direction. for example, if you're running in track,… and you feel the wind pushing towards you, that's your velocity against the winds (usually the wind wins, or at least increases your time).. Sound: Sound waves rely on molecules to move. that's why sound is impossible in space. a star can explode and nobody hears it. When, say, a police car rushes pass you with sirens, it pushes with it the air molecules into that > shape. picture this diagram. [=] >. The [=] is the car, the > is the molcules being pushed by the car, and you're the . the air molecules move towards you in that shape, and when the end of the > touches you, you finally hear the sirens. if the car is driving into wind, the wind pushes the air back (MORE)
It could be many things... engine, tranny, chassis... My guess is that in first and second gear you are accelerating the hardest, so compression is my suspicion. Head gasket or exhaust. They can both make similar funny noises...
What we call sound are in fact just pressurewaves propagating through the air. Our ears and brain detect and convert these pressure waves to electric signals which we interprete as being sound. The frequency of these waves determines the altitude of the tone, while the amplitude defines the volume o…f the sound. When waves (eg pressure waves) pass through openings that have about the same magnitude (or less) than the wavelength of the incident wave, diffraction will occur. Once passed through the opening, diffraction will "generate" a phase difference between waves starting from the top and bottom of the opening. This phase difference leads to interference. Phenomena like diffraction and interference of waves will alter the caracteristics of the incident wave. For example, some frequencies can be cancelled out while others may become bigger. This is what happens in constructive and destructive interference. Different frequencies lead to different sounds because of the connection between frequency and sound. (MORE)
When I Changed transmission fluid and filter in a 1990 f150 4x4 now it wont go out of first gear unless you stomp the gas and also makes a winding sound could it be the front pump?
a number of things could have gone wrong. Some old schoolers believe that changing oil on a old tranny is asking for trouble as solvents in the fresh oil free up some of the old gunk and clog the various valves. Simple things to check..over or under filled, kickdown cable improperly set, wrong filte…r or gasket used. Bad news is the whining sound isn't good...have a pro check it..your only chance of not going for a big buck repair is to try to get a total fluid exchange done ( most good tranny shops have the gear to accomplish this) good luck! (MORE)
The clutch trow out bearing has failed Change the clutch before it explodes and does serious damage to the transmission.
What causes a grinding sound in the front driver side when in first and second gear then stops when in third gear or when the clutch is pushed down it only does it when the car is warm?
Your breaks are probably worn down or have sand or stones in them you might want to get it checked out at you car's dealership it could be serious.
The gear box increaces the rotational speed from about 30-60. Thegear box is very costly and heavy.
Why does the car sound very loud when you first start it up and when in reverse when put in gear it quiets down it doesn't even have to be warm yet it's a 1995 Nissan alt?
The flexible exhaust pipe just below the engine is broke.When the transmission is shifted from reverse or to drive there will be a noticeable change.The 12 inch flex pipe needs to be cut out and a new piece welded in. The cost would be about 75.00 to125.00 depending on labor rates where you live. Th…e actual part is about 35.00. (MORE)
The vowel pair EA in gear is sounded much like a long E (ee). However, because of the R (an uhr sound in US English), it is usually labeled as a "caret I." In British English, the pronunciation is (gee-ah).
Wind chimes make sound, when they are placed where there is wind or some other force that moves the tubes, by colliding with each other. Each tube is tuned to make a specific sound through its length and density, and when the tubes hit each other they make a sound and resonate to create a variety of… different sounds. (MORE)
Hmm, this question makes me think of the saying about the chicken and the egg and which came first. I mean really are they quite similar , its all about perception. Wind would typically be a continuous flow of net wind where sound is longitudinal wave consisting of molecules bumping into their ne…ighbours and so on . You could say small wind waves from "sound" emitted by speakers is an example of this, just think of a really loud gig where you could feel the beats coming out of the speaker, that would be a small but intense pulse of air. Normal wind is just the result of fluctuations in local pressure due to the Earths temperature changes amongst other factors. (MORE)
Interesting question... Answer: Yes. A Sound wave is just the propagation of a pressure wave. Just as a ripple can travel on the surface of a river, so can sound travel through wind. It will be subject to the Doppler effect (the change in pitch due to relative motion of observer and source) and a…lso to the turbulence of the wind. (MORE)
You can say "The wind was whistling a nice tune" or "The wind was crying out for my name." Something like that? Hope I helped :)
quite possibly the A/C compressor clutch. The whining should decrease when the A/C is turned off. You will still hear some of the noise due to the clutch turning while the engine is on.
2004 Toyota Sienna takes a 26" drivers side, 19" passenger side and a fairly specialized 14" rear wiper that is difficult to find in the stores. See sources and related links below for more information. Since there are currently over 22 different wiper arm attachments, do not buy wipers just by leng…th only - be sure to lookup exact wiper blade part numbers by vehicle make, model and year for the brand wiper you decide to purchase. This ensures correct length AND correct attachment. (MORE)
1st gear is for the slowest speeds , up to 15 mph or very steep hills 2nd gear is for speeds up to about 30 mph or hills, third gear is from 30-50mph, 4th and higher is for speeds over 55mph.
It varies between brass and woodwind instruments. With brass, sound is produced through "buzzing" into the mouthpiece. With woodwinds, the embouchure is different for practically every instrument. With flutes, you blow into the tone hole much like you do into a glass bottle, which also has the same …basic concept and creates practically the same noise. With clarinets and saxophones, the embouchure is close to the same, which is top teeth on the mouthpiece with the bottom lip over your bottom teeth on the reed. The vibrations of the reed are what cause the sound. With double reed instruments, such as the oboe, bassoon, and english horn, the embouchure consists of the lips over both the top and the bottom teeth. Sounds produced by double reed instruments are caused by vibrations of the reed, just like the clarinet and saxophone. (MORE)
It could be a 3.55, 3.73, 4.10. There are four ways to find a ratio. 1 A dealer can normally tell from the vin number. 2 There are normally tags or labels on the axle that have part number, gear ratio, and fluid requirement info. 3 You can count how many times you have to turn the driveshaf…t to get one complete turn of the tires. 4 You can divide the number of teeth on the ring gear and divide by number of teeth on the pinion.. It could be a 3.55, 3.73, 4.10. There are four ways to find a ratio. 1 A dealer can normally tell from the vin number. 2 There are normally tags or labels on the axle that have part number, gear ratio, and fluid requirement info. 3 You can count how many times you have to turn the driveshaft to get one complete turn of the tires. 4 You can divide the number of teeth on the ring gear and divide by number of teeth on the pinion.. (MORE)
the gears probably arent meshing when you change gears. Either the clutch is bad, or you need a new gearbox.
Not a very clearly-worded question, but since the category is Musical Instruments then I take it you are asking which are wind instruments. They are or include: Woodwind (flute, clarinet, oboe, recorder, bassoon, Pan-pipes, bagpipes) Brass (cornet, trumpet, Cor Anglais, French horn, tuba, Sousapho…ne (sp?), saxophone, piccolo) Organ (pipe, both keyboard as in churches and cinemas, and card-reading as in 19C fairground and dance-hall organs) Aeolian Harp (a hybrid of string and wind: it's a sounding-board or box carrying strings set into vibration by the wind to which it is exposed - you can't play tunes on it.) (MORE)
Sound waves travel faster in warmer air. If the temperature of the air near the ground is colder than air higher up, then sound waves traveling slightly upward will bend downward. This tends to "focus" the sound waves back toward the ground and can help amplify the sounds when you are far away.
It can be, for the NOUN form of the word meaning "blowing air." This word has the same sound as win and rhymes with sinned . The verb form wind (to turn or tighten) has the long I sound ( wined ).
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