Why would a car making a rattling noise at the front left especially when in 2nd or 3rd gear and accelerating?
Check wheel bearings - quickly! Very dangerous left unrepaired!
Why would 1998 Honda Civic make a rattling sound on front left wheel which you hear rounding curves and occasionally when driving straight Completely stops when car stops?
Why does the 1996 Chevy Tahoe makes a rattling noise when accelerating cant tell if it is coming from the rear end or the front any ideas?
It is your heat shield making the rattling , you can go to lube xpress are anywhere with a lift. They can take that off easily for you. Another rattling problem: My 2000 Ls sounded as if the front end was falling off when I hit small potholes or while driving on rough surfaces. I found that the front anti sway bar bushing was worn allowing movement. It wasn't noticeable by hand. The bushing are…
This could be a number of things. If the sqeeking happens when braking, then you probably need brakes. If it happens while driving, accelerating and turning then it could be the belt that is making noise. This can be due to a loose belt, worn tensioner or power steering fluid low or power steering issue.
Why would a 2001 LS be making a rattling noise in the left frnt end when driven through rough roads?
Sports car's have powerful engines . So if the engine it attached to the front wheels then front wheel's would have to the acceleration as well as the steering which would spoil the handling especially during turning fast (the reason front engine car screech during turing fast). Now putting the engine at the back and connecting it to the rear wheels , the rear wheels would do the job of accelerating , and the front…
What could be the problem in a 1998 lumina that has a growling noise when ever accelerating and sometimes when the AC is turned on high?
If a car shakes when in dive on a automatic transmission vehicle when accelerating and applying brakes what could be wrong?
Shaking when accelerating and braking show a front end issue. Check the lug nuts to make sure your tires are bolted on tight. Check for play in front end components, like the wheel bearings and tie rod ends. While possibly causing the vibration, the front brakes usually only cause a shake when braking.