It is a heat shield on your exhaust pipe or muffler. The hot pipe when splashed by cold water cause the metal to expand and contract so quickly the weld cracked off and the heat shield now rattles It is a heat shield on your exhaust pipe or muffler. The hot pipe when splashed by cold water cause the metal to expand and contract so quickly the weld cracked off and the heat shield now rattles
Its either loose or breaking down internally.
Check to heat-shield at the catalytic converter because something is loose
Check for loose exhause system components, damaged catalytic converter, or spark knock(ping.)
Your Mazda Protege might make rattling noises when parked because of a loose or damaged muffler or even body panels that are loose. It might also make a rattling noise because of a damaged motor mount.
Loose timing chain? Loose heat shield on catalytic converter?
A rattle can be caused by any loose part.
usually a loose bolt
That sound is a bad thing. it could be loose hardware.
The heat shield on top of the converter may have broken loose. it can be repaired. If the rattling is inside the converter it must be replaced.
it could be loose.
Loose bearings is what I had in my '88 Silverado. Made the same rattling noise; bearings in the front were loose. Your timeing may be to far advanced. the favourite thing normally is a loose or broken heat shield that can be repaired fairly simply.
lifters are beginning to go. timing chain (if vehicle is equiped) may be coming loose. and or exhaust pieces are loose.
Rattling under the hood can be something easy to fix to something bad. It could be loose bolts, bearings, pulleys, or it could be interior in the motor.
shock absorber or strut loose bolts
Check for a loose catalytic convertere heat shield
assorted loose things
Possibly a loose heat shield or other component.
This is often a loose clip inside the read door. Open the door and shake it to determine whether or not the rattle is a loose part inside.
Rattling noise is probably just a loose muffler, muffler pipe, or a loose heat shield that is hitting chasey or something else.
You probably have a loose blower wheel. Call an AC tech to fix it.
The rattling and whistling on the 94 Explorer sounds like an exhaust problem. Check the exhaust for any leaks or loose connections.
There are a few things that might cause an air conditioner to make a rattling noise. It could be that the there is dirt and debris in the cabinet. If this is the case, cleaning the cabinet should stop the rattling. The reason could also be loose panels on the cabinets. The fan could also be bent and no longer straight.
Could be a loose or worn strut or strut mount
There is probably something not bolted correctly and is coming loose