Sounds like engine coolant is getting into an engine cylinder
To muffle the sounds of the engine /exhaust coming out take it off and see how it sounds!
it sounds like your exhaust manifold gaskets are leaking or you half a hole in your Y pipe
The word whining relates to when another person of any age moans or complains for reasons that have no real relevance or importance. Whining also relates to high pitched cries, sounds or complaining.
if it sounds like a high pitched whining then it may just be your cool air intake
Possible loose exhaust pipe, check hanger clamps.
Sounds like a blown head gasket,..
exhaust leak, bad hangers on exhaust, or the catalic convertor, its one of the three
The rattling and whistling on the 94 Explorer sounds like an exhaust problem. Check the exhaust for any leaks or loose connections.
http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBroker?UseCase=S001&UserAction=viewSimpleDiagInfo&Parameters=info sounds like u need a complete new exhaust on your vehicle
true dual by far
sounds like you have head gasket problem if the exhaust smoke is white in colour then its engine coolant if its blue smoke then its burning oil you will need to get the engine pressure tested at a garage.
It sounds like you have a blown head gasket, oil is in the cylinders and is burning as you turn it over.
Sounds like this vehicle needs a good tune up and to be timed.
sounds like a blown gasket, allowing coolant to enter the cylinders.
Sounds like a bad head gasket allowing coolant to pass.
check your engine for a cracked manifold (covering of the engine parts and cylinders. also look for any exhaust leaks. it sounds like the exhaust noise isn't making it to the muffler as it should and instead is coming from the engine directly.
it is a 95 Nissan pickup with the 2.4L 2wd i didnt have enough room up there thank you
Stock Toyota exhaust system.
dont put an exhaust on a v6 it sounds fine stock if you wanted it to sound good you should have gotten the v8
sounds like catalytic converter is coming apart.
There could be many reasons, tell us the make, model, year of your vehicle and where and when the noise happens. 2000 chevy malibu and it sounds like it's coming from transmission. It starts after the car reaches about 30 mp and is constant
Sounds like bad head gasket.
sounds like the alternator belt is loose, check it out and let me know.
Could be a turbocharger, or a low oil level in a manual transmission causing it to "howl".