its your squirl cage inside of your blower motor. guaranteed. happened to me twice
Could be bad ball joints.
When there are loose parts in the fan that runs the heater system, there will be many instances of noise and vibration. A technician should dismantle the system and fix it.
there is a whole in the heater core
you may have leaves in the fan
check a/c compressor and belt.
If it's a grinding or howling sound, the heater blower motor bearing has probably dried up and ready to fail.
Your CV joints could be going bad. Check to see if your CV boots are cut or opened to the elements. If so, your joints may need to be replaced. Before your spend money have a mechanic verify your complaint.
A bad compressor belt can cause a whistling noise while running the air conditioner. A bad engine can also cause this noise.
A bad starter might make a noise. The starter could also go bad with no noise or warning. However if the starter is making noise then there is a problem that could cause failure at any time
was there something on your dash that fell in the vent, a bad fan will make noise all the time.
Several things could be making the Lumina growl. Check the belts and pulleys on the front of the engine. Check the engine mounts as well. Either of these areas can cause the problem of the growling noise.
The clicking noise you are hearing could be the heater is overloading the breaker and it is on the verge of tripping This could be caused by the heater being to large for the circuit. Check the amperage rating on the heater and the rating on the breaker It also cold be the circuit breaker is going bad and needs to be replaced by a qualified electrician These are 2 possible answers you also could have a bad (loose) electrical connection some where in the circuit
You could have blown your tire or it could have gone flat.
AnswerIf it's a rapid clicking sound that becomes more rapid when the fan is turned up high, you probably have a foreign object like a leaf stuck in the blower.It sounds like your Air door actuator or temperature actuator
The thing that could cause a knocking noise in your car is the same thing that could cause it in all cars A rod that or a flat lifter. it all really depends on where the knock is if its higher and to the back of the motor, it could be a motor mount
Check your power steering pump A: check the front Left wheel bearing
A common cause of pipe noise in a home is when the pipes vibrate or rattle inside the walls. When the home was built, the plumber is supposed to install strapping around the pipe where it enters the studs in the wall or travels through the floor to prevent this. If this strapping was not secured and has fallen off (or never there to begin with) this will cause the pipe to rattle or vibrate when the water is turned on or off and cause the noise you are hearing. I don't think it is cause for alarm, but it definitely is annoying. Repairing this problem could be simple if the noise can be pin pointed. A licensed plumber should be contacted regardless.
The fan blades are most likely rubbing the sides of the heater casing. The fan could be loose, the motor bad, or the fan blades broken. There is also the chance that something (candy wrapper etc.) has been sucked into the system and is rubbing the blades.
An air leak.
Did you have the rotors turned or replaced? If the rotor surface was not resurfaced it can often cause noise, premature wear and uneven stopping.
Sounds like your ball joints are shot. Could also be your axles. I had the same noise, clunking when i turned and it turned out to be my axles. Check the boots to see if they are ripped.
the blend door actuater is more than likely the cause of the noise.....very common....can go in behind the glove box to replace it.
Could be hydraulic shock (water hammer)
A bad noise suppression condenser. Usually attached to the alternator.