most likely a broken shock absorber
or a shock absorber leveling spring
it is most likely the CV joints and there is no such thing as a shock leveling spring.
Aren't CV joints sort of notorious for making a sound on the side opposite of the direction you're turning? I would have joints and boots checked.
answer sounds like shock absorber problem
It may also be an intermediate shaft that needs lube. Common on Some GM vehicles.
sway bar endlinks could be loose or damaged. especially if this is happening at low speeds (driveway) and only when you turn in one direction
Possible loose exhaust pipe, check hanger clamps.
Mine was making a knocking sound and I filled it up with premium gas. Sounds crazy but it actually stopped the valves from chattering. Might try it on your next fill up. 93 Octane.
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my 1995 BMW 325i is making a knocking noise after i replace the water pump
probably broken bearings
get a new trany or rebildit cuz its going out unless the knocking is from moter it might be timing
I have a water leak under slab cement in my driveway which is making it's way into my garage now as well. Do I need to have the whole driveway broken and replaced in order to access it?
i don't know if it helps, but my '99 legacy outback was making a knocking sound. turned out that the oring on the brake caliper pin had worn out, and the pin was kind of knocking around.
There could be loosened internal mounts (connecting rods, pistons, pins, crankshafts or other related parts) in the compressor causing the banging or knocking noise. A simple call to a technician should resolve the issue.
With out hearing it, It is hard to say whats wrong. But the most common noise like that would probley be a ROD knocking. Time for engine overhaul.
IT is your CV Joints which is making this noise.
Could be a worn CV joint
open the trunk and let your spouse out.
Your rear tire could be making a knocking sound for a number of reasons. You could have a damaged strut or axle that needs replacing.?æ
possibly distributor. tow to mechanic . if you drive , you could damage your engine.
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Yes. If the violation happened in a place that the officer was allowed to enforce laws, then the fact that you made it 'safely' to your driveway does not stop him from writing a ticket or making an arrest.
In all likelihood, something actually is making a knocking sound near the room where you are sleeping. Your unconscious mind is weaving that sound into a dream as a way of preventing you from being disturbed and waking up.
I have a 1997 Chevy Malibu with 176k on it. Never had a new engine or anything, runs like a champ. It has been making a knocking noise when its cold.(until car is warm) for a long time now. It still makes a little one while at idle, not loud or can even really be heard though.
Depends on the sound of the knock. Could be main bearings or rod bearings.
generally it isn't really coming from the intake rather it is echoing from the engine through components into the intake. the intake is hollow so it echoes most sounds making it seem noises come from the intake when most of the time it's not the part making noise. check your oil level. if you have OHC's that could be a next place to check