Why is there a whining noise when you take your foot off the gas pedal?
On my 99 Montana it turned out to be an exhaust leak in the catalytic converter. This is additional comment to above question about a whine noise from another person.
I have no solution yet, but overdrive lock up stopped functioning in "D" and it now "whines" with change to engine speed, especially noticable going up and down hills as load changes. This noise starts after about 20 minutes of driving when everything gets up to temperature. Putting the transmission into "3" out of "D" and it will quieten down a lot, which takes the lock up overdrive out of action. Yes, transmission still runs ok and has for 8,000 plus miles. Seems ok but I suspect it may cause problems or transmission failure eventually.
PS: Transmission has 177,000 miles at this time.
Why does my mercury villager make a loud noise when accelerating that stops when you take your foot off the pedal?
What would cause a loud humming noise when your car coasts or you take your foot off of the gas pedal?
One source of whining could be many things but the first that comes to my mind is the Alternator. The CV joints could possibly make this noise too but I would personally consult a mechanic about this. any motor attached to the engine could be a cause but I would take it to a mechanic: alternator, compressor, water pump, etc.
A number of things can cause this; Try this: take a scrap piece of garden hose about 3 foot long and holding one end up to your ear, place the other end on these likely problem areas: alternator, power steering pump, timing belt cover ( if equipped), and various other items. Keep aware not to get entangled in moving parts.
1994 olds 88 royal makes a constant whining noise while the engine is running and the pitch changes as you push on the gas what is it how do you stop it?
Somebody who "rides" the brake is constantly applying pressure to the brake pedal with their foot. People who tailgate ride their brake alot. "Covering" the brake is a form of defensive driving. For example, while proceeding through a traffic light, you would want to take your foot off of the gas pedal and place it just above the brake pedal (without applying pressure) to decrease your reaction time in case you need to brake suddenly.
When the clutch is adjusted properly the throw-out bearing is COMPLETELY disengaged as soon as you take your foot off the clutch. A throw-out bearing that is lightly touching the pressure plate can often make noise, especially if the bearing is getting ready to go. Make sure the clutch is properly engaged. There should be about an inch of play at the top of the pedal throw. Also make sure all of the springs are…
2003 sonata 54200 miles when i go to 40mph off the pedal i hear noise from the engine sound like a turbine when i brake the pedal i heard grinding noise feel the car is pulling forward backward?
You at least need to take care of the brakes right away. The grinding probably means that the disk brake pad(s) are worn. The irregular braking action is caused by a warped rotor. The brake job will include resurfacing or replacing the rotor and should eliminate the problem. As for the turbin-like noise, I'd have to hear it.
What is the cause of a car making a whining noise ONLY when making turns and the noise get worse with longer trips?
it could be air in your power steering system. check the fluid level and add fluid as needed.then to get the air out all you need to do is turn your steering wheel full left and full right(engine on ) do it 5 times and check your fluid level if is low add more keep it up until the noise goes away.('''it may take about 15-20 full turns to get rid of that noise''')ifafter all…
What would make a humming noise in the front of a 1980 Audi 5000 but stop when you take your foot off the gas or when you sit parked?
I have a later Topaz, but it should be the same....It is a pretty clean job. Simply sit in the car, put your foot under the clutch pedal, & it will pull towards you slightly, you may hear a click. Depress the pedal to the floor, & your done. It may take a couple of 'adjustments. If nothing happens, you're out of room for adjustment.