check CV joints
It's really hard to understand what you're asking here."What causes a knocking sound when your car drops into a hole while driving?"If that's your question, I imagine that it would be the sound of your car dropping into a hole.
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it might be a bent piton rod if you or water or somthing into the engine
A knocking sound while your car is moving is probably coming from the engine. A certified mechanic will be able to perform diagnostic testing.
The Hummer H2 is a 2005 SUT with the 6.0L Vortec and a Magna Charger supercharger. It runs great with plenty of power, but I'm concerned about some noise I'm getting out of it. When I first start it up, everything sounds fine. After running a mile or so, I start to get a knocking sound. I only notice the sound when idling, not when running.
it sounds like a bad throw out bearing or clutch plate. not a major deal it just starts to get louder but eventually you going to have to replace it when you do your next clutch job. chris
Usually, most knocking is from the muffler or exhaust pipe vibrating or bumping on the frame or something. Look for a damaged or broken strap.
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you could have a wire broke in the tire
if your engine is knocking that means you need oil. go get an oil change or add a quart asap or the engine will burn out
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It depends on a few variables...#1 - If it's more of a hard clicking sound while the wheel is turned it will most likely be a bad half shaft (drive shaft with 2 CV joints going from transmission to wheel.)#2 - If it is a very hard knocking while driving on a flat, even surface it may actually be loose lug nuts. Tighten them up and check for the noise again.#3 - If it happens when you hit small bumps and a lighter knocking sound, it could be either a bad shock/strut or loose brake pads. If it's a hollow knocking it is a bad shock/strut, if it's more of a rattling knock, it's loose brakepads.#4 - Also check your front end bushings. If the rubber bushings are rotted/gone it can cause a metal on metal knocking sound.
The failure to step on the brake pedal or if manual the failure to step on the clutch The transmission or gearbox is not working properly
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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.
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check CV joints, if bad replace shafts and joints assembly
The knocking that you are describing reminds me of a stuck universal joint. A bent axle usually wears tires out very fast more than making noise.
I experienced a knocking noise in my 03 Xterra and found out is was a bad wheel bearing seal and had to have the Nissan dealership replace it for about $400 (includes labor and parts).
I have a 1997 Chevy Malibu with 176k on it. Never had a new engine or anything, runs like a champ. It has been making a knocking noise when its cold.(until car is warm) for a long time now. It still makes a little one while at idle, not loud or can even really be heard though.