I had a similar problem with mine. As well the engine would rattle just after stepping on the gas only. I suspected rocker arms. Retorquing them did help with power but did not solve the problem. After tearing things apart, and my truck dying, I discovered the cause of the problem, the connecting rod bearings. 2 bearings where spinning and one was fused to the crank. The slop in these bearings was making all the noise. Interestingly the rattle always sounded like it was coming from the back of the engine or on the passenger side of the engine, not the bottom where I would have expected it to be coming from. I hope that helps.
It will normally start with a leak at the pump. If the impeller breaks you will hear a rattling noise at the pump.It will normally start with a leak at the pump. If the impeller breaks you will hear a rattling noise at the pump.
What causes a hard rattling knocking sound under the hood when you start your 98 ford windstar? Lack of oil, lack of oil pressure, badly worn camshaft or crankshaft or a combination of all the above.
Car will not start, makes no sound. Battery is strong.
It may be the main bearings or the thrust bearings. These are often noisiest when you first start the car and then quiet as the motor warms up.
for some. If it's worn out.
If a truck makes a clicking sound and won't start, the battery maybe dead. The battery should be charged with jumper cables and another vehicle.
A clicking sound when you try to start the car is a dead battery. It may be that the alternator is not charging it properly.
Sounds more like a lack of oil or oil circulation problem. I hope you are not one that races the engine to hear how good it sounds. Flush the engine, change the oil and filter and never race a cold engine to warm it up. The rattling may be worn out lifters. Now pray. lol
Running, ratting, rattling, reading, rereading, realizing, and retracting.
it could be loose.
is the starter staying engaged? It will make that sound once, and then when you try to start it again it starts just fine.
Have someone test your battery with a load tester.
Not enough power to starter motor.
You might want to have the CV joints checked. When bearings start to go out, they make a "clicking" or "rattling" noise while driving - especially while making turns.
Starter or flywheel problem.
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It could sound very bad when it runs. It will sound like a grinding or rumbling or rattling sound when it runs. If it gets very bad it will seize, that is just lock up and quit turning. Dirt bikes have tough lives, and if they get mud or dust in them the bearings in the crank and big end on the rod will start to sound bad before they lock up completely. And you can hold your ear up to the engine when it is running, if there is a ticking or knocking sound coming from the cylinder then that is just the usual wore out piston noise, if there is a rumbling or rattling sound when it runs coming from the bottom of the engine that is the crank or rod bearning.
battery is low. get a boost or charge the battery.
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start by checking a/c compressor.
you should check the battery or the starter
Sounds like a belt or belt tensioner needs to be replaced
Sounds like the starter
It is likely to be the starter is not working.