I doubt if there's any way to return the car for a refund or replacement unless the dealer is a really nice guy. (OK, you can return it. The dealer will be happy to keep your money and sell it again.) Many dealers will give a 30-day, 1,000 mile warrantee on the drive train, which might cover the bumping noise, depending on what it is.
If the whistling noise is coming from under the hood its your belt, that's what's wrong with my Sequoia. If its not coming from under the hood its probably a crack in the seem of your window.
We would need to know where the noise was coming from and under what conditions it made the noise in order to make an assessment.
The lifters are failing and need replaced to stop the noise.
Not enough info. What kind of noise? Coming from where? Under what situation(s) does it occur?
you have a small cat stuck under your car
This happened to me and one of my rear shocks was completely broke causing it to bump under my truck.
Where is the noise coming from? Under then hood, or interior?
I have an after market fuel pump on my van the you can hear from inside and outside.
A broken strut will cause a bumping sound when the wheel hits a pothole or bump. It will also make the same sound if the wheel spins under hard acceleration.
it is the fuel pump because it is located in gas tank normal sound
Transfer case pump grinding a hole through the casing, U-Joints, bearings.
Could you revise the question to let us know where the sound is coming from? Under the hood, under the car, from the exhaust, etc? That info would help in the diagnosis-from-afar.
One thing that can cause a clicking noise under the car is when the bar bushings get worn out on the sway bar. Also, it could be coming from the struts if strut oil is leaking. Other things that can cause a clicking noise if not working properly are the exhaust system and the transmission clutch assembly.
It depends on the nature of the noise.
This buzzing noise is likely a faulty wheel bearing. The bearings are moving around randomly and need to be replaced.
The most common cause behind a high pitched noise under the hood is the drive belt. if it is worn out or loose, the wheels will slip, creating the noise. I would check to make sure the tensioner isn't bad. If it is, this could be causing the looseness. If the tensioner is fine, then just replace the belt.
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Perhaps a vacuum leak?
hey man i got a 2000 mercury cougar v6 it is makeing a tapping noise under my manifold, and i dont know what that could be. but it sounds like you might be haveing the same problem im haveing. suggestion: try checking where that tapping noise was again, it might be under your manifold!.
My fuel pump is very loud. I'm told it is aftermarket but it is fine.
try checking the gas tank mounting bolts. the one under the gas tank closest to the front of your seat was where the high pitched noise was coming from. tightened it and problem solved. it did sound like it was coming from the engine ,but it wasn't.
This could be a bad strut or ball joint. If the noise is constant when you drive this is probably the cause. If the noise only happens when you hit a bigger bump/pothole I would check your motor mounts, this was the cause on my thunderbird.
Noise immunity is the ability of a system to perform even when there is noise present. The higher the level of noise a system can still operate under, the higher the noise immunity.
I have been having a very similar problem and finally we have located an inner bearing next to the rear end axle bearing with some type of plastic or rubber coating around it we believe this is the cause to the problem.
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