The brand of fuel you are using may cause it. I had started using UNOCAL super for awhile in my Buick Regal/86 and it went away. It had started when the blend in my preferred fuel was modified for the season change. Go up a grade of fuel or change station brands for awhile. /Alex
A hole in the muffler would cause a knocking sound in your muffler. A loose exhaust pipe can also cause a knocking noise.
you may have a rod knocking and you need to take it to a shop asap
can you elaborate? engine noise? stationary/moving? ticking, tapping or a definite knocking?
A single knocking noise when braking or turning can be caused by a faulty axle. The cost of replacement is usually around 1,000 dollars.
Typically, a knocking noise when to use your brakes in the car is caused by your brakes wearing down. This means you need to get them checked out and repaired.
Running too lean.
Normally caused by worn steering or suspension components.
Having a bad rod bearing could cause a truck to make a loud knocking noise and shake when driving at high speeds. The engine having a coolant leak or an engine timing problem could also cause the knocking noise.
You probably need your bearings repacked
I would check the suspension bushings, if one of them is worn it would cause a knocking noise.
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
maybe the carberator i dont know im not a machanic or anything
what would cause a knockings noise in my boat 3560- 2004 transmission when in idle goes away when you give it gas
It's according to where the noise is coming from if it's the rods knocking due to low oil it will get faster because they move up and down and move faster when the motor gets faster.
Knocking is caused by preignition, where the heat in the cylinder causes the gas to ignite before the spark plug does. Try using a higher octane/grade gas and see if the noise goes away.
If it's knocking it's probably a rod going out - if it's ticking it could just be the valves - Rodeos are notorious for value noise...
Most likely is knocking. Try next higher octane grade of gasoline.
It is common to have a knocking or clunking noise of a 99 Nissan Altima, even after the struts have been replaced. This may be due to worn ball joints. It is best to replace the ball joints, too.
== == I do believe if you hear a knocking noise that your crank shaft could be failing. Which means you will need a new engine. Have it checked out. Replace the harmonic balancer they will make a bad knocking noise. When you start it and the oil light goes out and it knocks, this is what is wrong with it.
Squeaky brakes, sticky lifters engine knocking . Please be a little more specific.
Year, make, model, engine and a detailed description of which pulley locked up would help us help you.
It sounds like your CV (Constant Velocity) joints are worn and need to be replaced
I have found that the noise that you are hearing are due to a belt adjustment that your car needs to have done - that is if you have a 2006-2008. Mine is making that noise but the dealer that I got it from are having a hard time reading the tsb on it so that they can properly fix the noise.
CV joints. Get it checked right away. (or it could just be the person you ran over trying to get you to stop. lol)