Engine knocking can be caused by numerous things. Having the incorrect spark plugs, carbon deposits on the cylinder walls, and being low on engine oil may all cause a knocking sound.
it might be a bent piton rod if you or water or somthing into the engine
if the engine is knocking really loud you probably need to overhaul the entire engine or get a new or used engine because loud knocking is not good
that year had the jet engine option
5500 RPM or 5 RPM below the banging knocking sound you just had .
It turned out to be the alternator going bad. Replaced alternator. No more growling.
light slapping knock is a piston knock a loud heavy repetitive knock is a connecting rod Very Bad
NO it will not. If you have a knocking sound then you have trouble inside of the engine.
When the fuel in an engine cylinder ignites prematurely or unevenly to cause power fluctuations and a "knocking" sound. usually occurs when an engine is very how or improperly timed.
Sorry bud but that means that you have what's called a " Rod knock", one or more of the main and or the rod bearings have gone away, need to break that engine down to fix it. jr
counterbalancer is bad
Bad bearing or rod
Mine did the same, mine was a motor mount.
Get it fixed.
can you elaborate? engine noise? stationary/moving? ticking, tapping or a definite knocking?
The first sign that your engine has thrown a rod is a knocking sound that comes from the engine when it runs. if you pay close attention, you will notice that the knocking sound is rhythmic and increases or decreases in accordance with the engine's revolution per minute (RPM).
You'll most likely hear a knocking sound or squeaking of some kind
It all depends on what KIND of knocking sound.Some people call it a knocking sound when the engine pings from pre-ignition. If that's what you have, check the knock sensor.A classic knocking sound is typically either worn bearings or piston slap.Piston slap is when there the skirt of the piston is a little small and it "pops" at the bottom of the stroke. Typically that sound goes away once the engine warms up. The small block 350 is notorious for a little piston slap and as long as it goes away once the engine is warmed up piston slap is considered to be in the nuisance category of engine sounds.If it's worn bearings you'll also see some kind of indication of low oil pressure. If THAT'S going on, the engine is "done". You can try a heavier weight oil but if it's knocking constantly that probably won't do much good.Thank You for that Answer about the Bearings and Crankshaft
Possible dirty sticking valves.
This is petrol to which tetraethyl lead has been added to reduce knocking in the engine. Knocking is when combustion happens at the wrong time in the engine cycle giveing a kind of metallic "ping" sound.
When you accelerate. you are putting presure on the main engine barrens. if they are going bad. You will hear this knocking sound. I don't know how many miles you have on this engine. But that's what it sounds like. But that's not all that can make this sound. You will have to tell more about it and when it started. Did it just start all at once? or did it start and then get louder?
Could be a rod knock. Your bearings slipping in the engine.
The audible warning sound, for your 2000 Chevy Cavalier, can be fixed by replacing the sounding device. The sounding device can be purchased at most auto-parts stores.