The loud tapping sound can be caused by a complete heating of the engine. Worn tappets can also cause the tapping sound.
A woodpecker, when trying to get bugs in a tree, uses its sharp beak to "drill" a hole in the tree, making loud tapping noises, hence the name "woodpecker"
The word "blaring" means "making or causing a loud sound", or "the act of causing a loud sound".
it is by making it play loud
it sounds like a loud metallic tapping noise that you won't mistake for anything else
It's moderately loud, making clicking sounds when moving the loading mechanism, and sort of a "chuck" sound when shot.
that year had the jet engine option
Listen for the sound! Depending on the kind of woodpecker, you'll hear anything from a quick, light tapping to a loud, steady drumming. Then follow it.
If the sound occurs only when turning, (left or right) the most likely cause is a loose power steering belt. First check to see if the belt is tensioned correctly, or in need of replacement.
You may have a power steering problem.
I have the same motor in my 95 cav. it does it, i think its a lifter, but my aunt bought a 2004 cav. it started tapping at 24,000 miles. mine has over 175,000 on it. sorry i couldn't be of more help. Tim = I also have a 95 Cavalier with a 2.2, and the car has made a disturbingly loud tapping since I bought it 3 months ago. Last week, the tapping became louder and constant, and about 10 miles later, it stripped the timing gear. The mechanic said that I had a sticking valve, and that 2 pistons had not been firing for some time (I'm sort of upset with the shop that performed a tune up 2 weeks ago, You'd THINK they'd have noticed!). You might want to get it checked out. Oh, it DID last for 240K miles. Steve
The humming sound might be computer's fan running or the hot sync for the computer.
Any animal can make a loud sound if they fart loud enough
a loud sound
Because of the fans used to cool down the system
Yes. The word 'loud' is an adjective, as in 'loud sound' or 'loud speech'.
Loud animals are animals that emit a loud sound.
the loud sound damages to the hearings cells of the ear
Decibels are simply a measure of loudness. The loudness of any sound - loud or not so loud - can be expressed in decibels.Decibels are simply a measure of loudness. The loudness of any sound - loud or not so loud - can be expressed in decibels.Decibels are simply a measure of loudness. The loudness of any sound - loud or not so loud - can be expressed in decibels.Decibels are simply a measure of loudness. The loudness of any sound - loud or not so loud - can be expressed in decibels.
No, it means high frequency sound. Loud sound would be called high intensity.
when gerbils get scared they thump their back paws on the ground to warn the other gerbils underground that here is something scary :D
it depends how much energy is used making the sound the more energy the louder because sound waves are transverse waves and waves are a reapeating disturbance of energy
As loud as sound would be normally.
loud sound- a dog barking soft sound- the turning of a book page