cam lobes are wearing out that's why valves are not opening making back fire out carb. or your timing chain could be wore out. to check this remove distcap and watch the ignition rotor for movement while someone turns the bolt on the crankshaft oneway and then the other until it moves. Also if it has jumped time chect to make sure that when ta no1 top dead center that ingnition rotor is in correct location.
timimg is off either your timing chain jumped or your ecm located on the side of distributor is gong bad
Possible causes of popping/grinding noises when turning:Wheel bearingsCV joint / axleBrakesSee "Related Questions" below for more
no it is just gas bubbles popping
It can be a defective CVC-joint or other things. Have it inspected by a qualified mechanic and they will find the cause of the popping noise.
It's probably a worn suspension part.
leaking or cracked manifold
According to Dr. Eric Dibble, the popping sound you hear isn't actually coming from the water lilies. The sound is produced by fish, often sunfish, feeding off the lilies. The suction action of their mouths cause popping noise.
cause there related.
Cause you suck!
No it does not.
It is probably a vacuum leak. that model doesnt have a carburetor, it has fuel injection. and whining is usually a vacuum leak. it also might cause the engine to "lope" at idle or for it to "surge" when you hold the accelerator steady.
Yes it could if you in fact have a carburetor. Carburetors were fazed out during the 1980's.