Loud exhaust noise from the front end is usually caused by one of several problems. The exhaust manifold gasket could be blown, the doughnut gasket could be bad, or there could be a crack in the exhaust itself.
Listen to it. if it is making loud noise you will hear it... assuming by noise you mean sound wave vibrations within the range of human detection...
It is possible that a part of the EGR valve has fallen out. This will cause a very loud exhaust noise.
The loud noise is probably attributable to a bad exhaust system.
Loud engine noise is usually a result of a hole or disconnection in the exhaust manifold or muffler.
To silence the exhaust. Noisy cars disturb the peace and if loud enough your car won't pass inspection and cops will find a liking to you.
They call it white noise, you can find recordings of it that are intended to drown out all other sounds, but actual silence will not be able to drown out anything.
You need to specify type of noise. I would assume you have problems with exhaust. If you do, you will have fix it or replace it.
That's where the exhaust pipe and the muffler is, maybe yours is damaged.
silence is illusion noise is everywhere except in space Improved (by Sunrise Moon): No, silence is not a noise because a noise is sound, and sound can be heard, so can you hear silence? No...so it isn't a noise I don't think.
back struts are bad or exhaust is loose
If it is too loud, it means the muffler needs replacing. The muffler reduces the sound of the combustion that forces the piston down in the cylinder.
A bad exhaust manifold gasket could do that.
yes, it is a loud noise.
probably answered your own question.
The rattle might be a loose heat shield but the loud exhaust can only be a hole somewhere. start at the manifold an work your way back listening and feeling for leaks.
if the noise comes from the front end while you rev the engine, and not alot of sound comes from the tailpipe, check the exhaust from the front back for cracks or breaks. it sounds like an exhaust leak to me.
Try concentrating something first in silence and then the second time try doing it in a loud place.
Two styles in which silence is advocated: loud and soft.
manifold or downpipe gaskets may be leaking gases or worse, cracked manifold
Leaking exhaust possibly, Loose belts, burnt bearing on an accessory.
You have exhaust leak where the pipe rusted through and this makes the loud noise. You can go to a parts store and get a exhaust repair kit to fix the hole. This is only a temporary fix and might not be enough to fix the repair. Otherwise, you have to go to a muffler shop so they can replace the rusted section.
roar really loud noise