Possibly a vacuum leak, check vehicle emission system, or air intake system. In over 50 years of driving and working on all kinds of vehicles, I have several times seen this symptom caused by various kinds of RESTRICTIONS [or blockages] in the EXHAUST SYSTEM. Some examples of causes found include: blocked catalytic converters, tailpipes bent from backing over an obstruction, exhaust pipes or tail pipes "pinched" from collision damage, and separated/collapsed bulkheads inside of mufflers. There are other causes, but these are all I can think of at the moment.j3h.
maybe clogged air filter or carburettar is sucking air and needs repairing
coz ur momma is in ur bonnet!
Had a tune-up lately-used fuel injection cleaner lately.
sounds like a motor mount is broken or a transmition mount. have those checked.
Have you checked the computer codes? If so, what do they say?
Likely to be a punctured lung.
depends on where the grinding id coming from
A hissing sound coming from a chest wound can indicate that air is being sucked into the chest cavity through the wound. This is known as pneumothorax.
Bonneville was released February 29, 2008 (US) in limited release. It is scheduled for DVD release June 24, 2008.
Coughing up blood, Sucking or hissing sound coming from the wound, frothy blood coming from the wound.
The fuel filter on the 1988 Pontiac Bonneville that I have is located on the drivers side, tucked just under the body of the car and in front of the rear tire well. There are three lines coming from the tank, and one of them will go to the metal cased fuel filter and connect with a metal hose fitting. It will require two wrenches to remove, one for the fitting, and one as a backup on the fuel filter. The filter is against the body of the vehicle and there is not much space to work within.
Flex plate (you might know it as the fly wheel) rubbing on something? Bad alternator? Trace the sound to where it's coming from, describe and ask again.
air coming out of the brake lines... that is if its a truck. if you aply the parking brake.
if you are getting a hissing noise when you press the accelarator , it might be coming from the exhaust , this is usally caused by a clogged catilytic converter
The hissing may be due to a disconnected vacuum line. Look for a loose vacuum hose and/or a tube on/near the throttle where it might connect to.
When the car is coming to a stop, it is decelerating--or it has negative acceleration.
Coughing up blood, sucking or hissing sounds coming from a chest wound, frothy blood appearing from air bubbles coming from the wound
On a 2003 Bonneville, the hose to the water pump that is the heater inlet hose is the top hose coming from the radiator. This is also the hose that holds the thermostat.
On the driver's side of the engine, coming off the front of the transmission case. Looking into the open hood with driver's side on your right, look under and a bit to the left of the black air filter case. It's a grey or gold cylinder with a black tube connected to it. There is also a check valve in the beginning of the line coming off of it.
Depends on where it is coming from. If it seems outside of the vehicle, it could be a hub bearing.
It's a warning to indicate that the computer has stored a problem code. You can use a code scanner to find out what's wrong. They are available at most auto parts retailers for a reasonable price, and many such stores allow you to borrow or rent a code scanner.
squeaking noise coming from sleeve covered arm coming from steering column to the wheel
the humming noise is coming from a bad ground on you stereo
It's steam from boiling coolant (or water) coming out of the overflow hose connected to the top of the radiator just below the level of the cap.