A/C compressor? A/C compressor?
I have a 1998 dodge dakota. I had a whirring noise that i thought was the transmission. Was real loud when i accellerated and shifted. it turned out to be the clutch on the fan that draws air thru the radiator was locked up and would make a real loud whirring noise because the clutch wasn't slipping as well as affected performance and shifting. Might check that out....... Good Luck Steve K
yea mine makes a funny vibrating noise when i accelerate hard, but it doesnt make it if i accelerate gently? i have no idea sorry
the wheel bearing on the vehicle will make a roaring noise when you accelerate the faster you go the louder it gets
you may have a rod knocking and you need to take it to a shop asap
Sometimes squeaky noises can be a result of a damaged belt. When you speed up, the noise goes away. You should get your car inspected by a mechanic.
Is it bogging down? if thats what your referring to, then maybe try a fuel pump if yoir car has one.
ON the 2006 impala that whining noise is actually the electronics when you accelerate. Its more or less electronic pulses/signals My 06 Impala is the same.
It's according to where the noise is coming from if it's the rods knocking due to low oil it will get faster because they move up and down and move faster when the motor gets faster.
Yes. When it starts to get low you will start to notice a grinding or whirring noise when you turn the wheel. As it continues to get lower the noise becomes more constant and loud. I personally think it sounds like a transformer (robot) that needs its hinges oiled.