Normal for the 1.8t
can you elaborate? engine noise? stationary/moving? ticking, tapping or a definite knocking?
Unless you can replicate the engine noise with throttle manipualtion by varying engine speed to 1200 to 1800 rpm, you have a driveline noise
A tapping noise is generally the result of a bad hydraulic lifter, plugged oil passage to the lifter, or bad tappets. Sometimes just changing to lower viscosity high detergent oil will cure it. Or "Any automotive oil additive with the word MIRACLE in it".
Engine noise (tapping) than Rap and finally engine seizure
Possibly warped brake rotor/worn brake pads. Get this checked out.
If it is a Tapping sound it is normally a lifter. Could also be a cam, pushrod, and or a rocker arm. Tapping is normally upper motor. If it is a knocking noise it is normally in the lower motor. If the noise gets louder when warm most likely a lifter is going bad. As the oil heats it thins slightly causing more oil to bypass inside the lifter which it is not supposed to do
because its new that's what happens or...the burning and tapping sound like low/no oil. I would definitely check the oil before driving it directly to the dealership. I checked the oil, its full. The burning smell was there when i drove out of the dealership but the noise only happened about 4 hours later.
Check the Cats have not disintegrated.
the doors are being placed in locked position If it's coming from the engine or transmission area, I would suspect a cracked flywheel or flexplate.
that means you need more oil. it could also be a sticky lifter or slightly bent push rod or even the tappets out of adjustment
U Joints can certainly make noise after they've started wearing and are dried out. If you have concern about an unfamiliar noise, take the vehicle to a trusted mechanic or even the dealer. It's nearly impossible to tell you what the noise would be from a description like that.
i think it could be your brakes, rotor, axle,wheel bearing,or your tranny makinfunny noises.
Check pLugs and wires and the vibration my be from brake pads or warped rotors
It COULD be caused from the lifters bleeding down after the enginge has set for 2 months. Lifters make a tapping type of sound. Oil has a tendency to drain away from parts after sitting for a while.. It may even be your bearings were making noise. Bearing make a knocking..hard rapping type of sound. If the noise went away after a short time, it ain't no biggie. If it still makes noise you may want to have a tech inspect it.
Excessive noise has an effect on every living thing. (Even plants will grow leaning away from speakers producing loud heavy metal) I guess like most creatures, goldfish will be damaged by too much noise. I do know that tapping on the glass of an aquarium sends shock waves through the water that can damage fish. So I would guess the answer is "Yes noise is bound to affect goldfish".
The word 'tapping' is a special case. It in its various forms can be used as both a verb or onomatopoeia.If you were to say, "The bird was tapping at the window.", it would be categorized as a verb.On the other hand, if you were to say: "There, once again, appeared the bird at the window. Tap! Tap! Tap!, I heard on the glass."The 'tapping' would be onomatopoeia.
Smooth would be an antonym for rough.
go to the metro place.then give them your phone in they would swit it over for you
well to answer you original question, i would need to ask questions, number one; wheres does the noise seem to be coming from? number two; is it directly related to how much the throttle? answer, possibly from it being a front wheel drive car and it being the axel, if it is just speed related then it probly is something that is loose. more likely to be tappet noise first check oil level in engine if oil level is coreect have a mechanic adjust tappets, and tune engie if you are using lower rated octane fuel than engine is tuned for this will also give tappet noise in engine
ours was making a teerrible knocking noise like it was low on oil. also the check engine light was stuck on. had a shop replace some gaskets (upper manifold maybe?) and noise is gone.
I have a 2001 I had the same problem when driven through rough roads and railroad tracks, I replaced the front struts and that solved the problem. I have a 2000 that rattles too. Looking for the answer.