Is it a loud thump like something has hit under the car?
If it is a continuous thump (ie thump, thump, thump) that changes in speed with the speed of the vehicle it is likely related to a tire problem. If it happens when you hit a bump or immediately afterwards it is likely due to something loose or worn out in the suspension. If it happens somewhat randomly and doesn't seem affected by bumps it may be a loose piece of trim, or something loose under the car getting knocked around by the winds.
There might be a squeaking noise when driving slow in your 2000 Beetle because your suspension needs to be replaced. The squeaking can also come from the universal joint.
Defective left front wheel bearing. Have this repaired ASAP, as it can cause an accident.
The knocking noise could be one of several things. The wheel bearing, a worn steering or suspension part, or road debris could be causing the noise.
The air conditioners intake it under the passenger side dash all the way in the front. Some times receipts or plastic bags can get sucked up there and cause the noise. -Gary
Driving under the influence.
One thing that can cause a clicking noise under the car is when the bar bushings get worn out on the sway bar. Also, it could be coming from the struts if strut oil is leaking. Other things that can cause a clicking noise if not working properly are the exhaust system and the transmission clutch assembly.
ck the struts
back struts are bad or exhaust is loose
The most common cause of the whistling in a 2003 Impala is a vacuum leak. Any of the lines under the hood could be causing the noise.
It could be the transmission, it could be some parts under the vehicle that rub only when travelling forward.
The sway bar end links could be damaged on a vehicle that is making that noise. Also, check the dust shields on the front brake assembly.Ê
drunk driving in Florida is cosidered as someone drinking under age or drinking achohol while driving (wich could cause severe crashes)
A glazed belt can make that noise. Try rubbing a bar of soap on the belts and start it up. If the noise goes away temporarily, replace the belts.
This could be a bad strut or ball joint. If the noise is constant when you drive this is probably the cause. If the noise only happens when you hit a bigger bump/pothole I would check your motor mounts, this was the cause on my thunderbird.
Pink noise it's self will not cause damage to your hearing. However it is how loud and how long you play the sound for. If you listen to pink noise with a volume level under 85db SPL(Sound Pressure Level) is quite unlikely to cause any damage to your hearing, even if listening to it continuously =)
it depends on what kind of loud noise, a knocking noise, a grinding noise, a chatter. if you can tell me what kind of noise i can help if your car is a manual transmisison and the noise you are talking about is a "growl" when under load then it is most likely worn bearings on the input shaft to the transmision. Well if the loud noise in only during acceleration, and has no noticeable effect on the cars driving, then it is most likely a hole in your exhaust. I have a 91 325ic and It had a loud accelerating noise, but when i plugged the hole and the harsh noise ceased. There are plenty of ways to plug holes for free just find one and try it and if it works..great!
This means driving under the influence of alcohol and/or driving under the influence of drugs.
It depends on the nature of the noise.
It can be if you let your anger overrule your good sense. Anger can cloud your perceptions, it can cause you to be more aggressive, and it can cause you to take it out on innocent bystanders. If you are not in control, the vehicle is not controlled. It can actually get worse. If the level of anger goes up you could become even more violent.It is true that driving under the influence of anger can be just as dangerous as drinking and driving. Driving under the influence of anger is also known as road rage.
Perhaps a vacuum leak?
This is the anti-lock breaks self-adjusting. Perfectly normal.