My 2001 Tahoe did the same thing. Everytime I hit rough road, speed bumps, or even a tight turn, I would hear a rattle in front and a vibration in the steering wheel. I asked a mechanic at Tires Plus to look at it and he said the steering column shaft was the culprit. $125 later (which included labor), problem was solved.
Check your front brake pads
The noise may be the drive Cain in the 4 wheel drive transfer case . It stretches with age and can hit againt the transfer case sides .Makes a rattling sound . Most noticed will stopped ib gear .
The rattling noise is in there so you can move the head around.
bad wheel bearing may cause it
check the exhaust line one of the heat shield (metal plate between the pipe and the cab) migth be loose
It could be your front strut mounts need to be replaced. The rubber inside the strut mounts, wears out. You will hear the noise when u drive over bumps and uneven surfaces. my 2004 grand am se1 4 door ,with the 3.4 v6 engine and automatic transmission, needs the front strut mounts replaced.
The rattling sound in the front of a 1995 Honda Civic wheels can be caused by wheel bearings. These bearing allow the wheel to turn and when they fail the produce a loud noise.
Front or Rear wheel bearings may need changing, can be a tire out of balance, bent wheel, motor count broken, just to name a few things.
Could be a loose or worn strut or strut mount
Depends on where the noise is whats making the noise. Can you be more descriptive of where and what?
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.
Loose bearings is what I had in my '88 Silverado. Made the same rattling noise; bearings in the front were loose. Your timeing may be to far advanced. the favourite thing normally is a loose or broken heat shield that can be repaired fairly simply.
Loose: ball joints, stabilizer links, struts come to mind.
link pin needs replace
if you are referring to the tattling in the front when you hit a bump or travel on a bumpy road, check the stabilizer bar.
I had this same problem so I opened the hood and come to find out there was migit materbating under it
there is a rattling noise in the area of the serpentine bell
You did not say what kind of vehicle it is. If it is a front wheel drive, it has drive axles and if the drive axle is going out, it will click especially when you turn the wheels.
You have a bad CV joint in one of the front axels, and you did not say what side the noise was coming from. If you are smart you will replace the whole axel shaft. and you will get two new CV joints with it as a unit.
The sway bar end links could be damaged on a vehicle that is making that noise. Also, check the dust shields on the front brake assembly.Ê
the clicking noise is either, a) the motor assembly of the speaker rattling, B)cone rattling, C) its just blown. it will need to be replaced either way.
my car engine is on but with a loud knocking noise but when i apply some gas it does not move at all. my car is an automatic civic.
The defective sway bar link can cause the clunking or the rattling of the noise from the front suspension during the low speed driving.