Running too lean.
A leaking manifold seal on the intake will cause a popping noise on the 1996 Honda Accord. This can heard most clearly on days when the weather is cold because the seals tend to shrink.
If that's the extent of the complaint, check the serpentine belt and tensioner.
If the Honda Accord makes a groaning noise when reversing the can be caused by bad hub bearings. Hub bearings are what allow the car's wheels to spin, if gone bad they can cause wheels to come fully off the vehicle.
Power Steering pump my have a leak...
What would cause a grinding noise after a tire is replaced and the brakes are not worn?
If it starts but doesn't stay running after you release the key from the start position, it means your ignition switch is bad. Not a huge expense.
The A/C system compressor operates when in the defrost mode. If the noise is also heard when running the A?C it is more than likely a problem with the compressor/pulley.
Though there are several possibilities, by far the most common reason for that is a loose or glazed belt in the engine compartment.
Sounds like you might have a Constant Velocity Joint (CV joint) going bad.
Remove the muffler
A whistling noise indicates a vacuum leak.
AnswerMy guess would be serpentine drive belt. Also a pulley might be going out or possibly out of alignment.you may also have a bearing that is about to let go
Typically not enough oil. Bad spark plugs or the wrong grade of gasoline or a bad O2 sensor can also contribute.
The running lights have a bad ground.
A small hole in the fuse line would cause a gas leak on a 1994 Honda Accord LX. In addition, a hole in the actual fuel tank would cause a leak.
You may very likely have bent the thin metal backing plate behind the brake rotor. That will cause the backing plate to rub against the rotor and make an awful grinding noise. Its not too hard to reform the backing plate away from the rotor.
loose or bad u joints.
Ask your plumber to install a water hammer arrester.
Check your oil level first, could be low on oil and causing your valvetrain to clatter a bit... (not a good thing at all)