You are hearing a whirring when accelerating first to fourth because you are accelerating too fast and the whirring noise results. If you accelerate normally then you won't hear the whirring sound.
There are a number of reasons why your car may be making a whirring sound when accelerating. You may have a lose part for example.
Possible diff. bearings
More than likely... the power steering belt.
Please describe the noise, and as much information about it as you can so we can begin helping you troubleshoot. Is it a whirring, grinding, whining, or other type of sound? Do you hear the sound from all gears, or just specific ones? Do you notice the sound at any specific RPM points? Do you hear it when decelerating but NOT applying brakes? Do you hear it when accelerating? Do you hear it when maintaining a steady speed on a level road? Does it ever seem to vary in volume according to any other conditions?
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Either the fridge has broken down (motor broken can you hear it whirring?) or the temperature sensor has failed, or the fuse has blown (does the light come on when you open the door). Try changing the setting of the temperature control.
the fuel pump
a whirring noise coming from the starter
needs grease in transmission
Depends on whats wrong with it (missing gears or slipping) If it is missing 2nd, 4th, and reverse and makes a whirring or grinding noise the reaction shell is broken or if it is slipping the clutch packs are "burned" in either case it needs to be professionally rebuilt because special tools are required
Yes. When it starts to get low you will start to notice a grinding or whirring noise when you turn the wheel. As it continues to get lower the noise becomes more constant and loud. I personally think it sounds like a transformer (robot) that needs its hinges oiled.
I have a whirring sound in my ears Can you tell me what is causing it?
That's probably a 'cyclone'.
my espace had similar fault - odd whirring noise but no engine turnover - problem was timing belt.
Depending on what kind of "whirring" sound you are referring to, it can either be your catalytic converter or some problem with the exhaust system. Most likely the catalytic converter if its what I'm thinking of.
The car has an electric cooling fan that is temperature controlled. The fan will sometimes run for a while after the car is turned off to help cool the engine. If the fan doesn't stop after 20 minutes, then you can start looking into problems with the relay, or the coolant temperature sensor.
1 the whole wheel can fall off causing a wreck. 2 it will cause a fire from friction possibly causing a wreck. 3 it will waste a lot of your gas. 4 it can lock up the whole wheel causing a wreck. 5 it will make grinding and whirring sounds.
If rear differential noise occurs while accelerating the car only at a certain speed, it is likely because the gears have become worn due to overloading and lubrication failure. ... Rumbling and whirring noises at speed over 20 mph, moreover, can be the result of worn carrier bearings.
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Hi, it sounds like a faulty wheel bearing on the passenger side (not a difficult repair), but could also be a CV joint although they usually click when worn out. Ray