Hi there, Your problem is most likely your IAC, (Idle Air Control.) It's mounted directly to the throttle body with a wire conector plugged into it, and attaches with two fasteners. I have a 1993 3.8 T-bird LX, they both use the same part for idle control. When mine went bad, the car would start fine and immedatley go up to 2000 RPM and hold there, and then the noise started, very disturbing. Your description of a jet eninge is pretty close, and it will make that sound as the engine turns off. The IAC has a bellows in it that pulls or pushes the valve onto or off of the valve seat to control the flow of by pass air at idle. This is how your cars computer maintains your idle. When the throttle blade is closed at idle, this valve can pull in some air to raise it, or restrict air to lower the idle. What has happend is the bellows has worn out and has a hole it, so the air rushes in and cannot be controlled to maintain the correct idle. The sound is the air cavitating the bellows, and is then amplified by the air intake tube that connects from the air box to the throttle body. Just replace the IAC, and everything will return to normal. Look on the net for Ford replacement parts and shop the price around until you find what you want. Hope you have success in fixing this one yourself and saving on the cost of having it installed at a dealer, ouch. NOTE: To remove, Unplug the wire connector,loosen the two fasteners atop the IAC, should be 8mm or 10mm, I'm going off memory here. Pull the IAC off the throttle body by lifting up. Clean the gasket surface if the old gasket sticks on there. Put new gasket, (included with part purchase), under the new IAC. Re-install the two fasteners and hand tighten. Plug in the wire connector, and your done. Now start your car and listen to the sweet sound of a super coupe at the correct idle. Good job, you saved yourself a bundle on that repair, and your car is fixed.
A plane sounds much louder landing than on take-off. A single engine land plane revs up the engine to maximum power for take-off and climb-out. Maximum power equates with maximum noise. While landing, the same aircraft typically has the engine idling. Idling equates with minimum noise.
Noise is just sounds. Tone, in music, is how the noise sounds - clear, warm, dark, bright, straight, vibrato, etc.
Sounds like a loose timing chain.
Voice and noise are not an exact rhyme because the c in voice sounds like an s, and the c in noise sounds like a z.
Supposedly the duck noise sounds like quack.
Ambiance, or Ambient Sounds White Noise
Pleasant sounds are pleasing to the mind and often stimulates the brain. Noise often gives you headaches :)
Its almost sounds like a dolphin noise.
Noise canceling headphones use neither white noise nor music. True noise canceling headphones use microphones that pick up outside sounds, amplifiers to invert those sounds, and combining circuits to combine the signal to be played with this inverted external sounds before feeding it to the speakers. The external noise vanishes by cancellation, which is why they are called "noise canceling".
The noise a crow makes sounds like Caw Caw Caaaaaw.
it sounds like "keeeyar"
whistling loud noise
sounds like frrrrr
they make animal sounds
do you like boys sir
what clicking noise in the dash of 1997 mercury marquis
White sounds are random noise. ?? Black ?? maybe blessed silence. Piano perhaps or organ.
Both pink and white noise sound like static; pink noise sounds like white noise with the bass turned up a bit.
Noise cancelling headphones reduce unwanted sounds by using other light noises to "cancel" out the distraction. A small microphone is triggered inside the earpiece to create an "antinoise" when ambient sounds are detected. The signal that is produced cancels out the ambient sounds outside of the earpiece.
snakes make a thhhhhhh noise.
Yes they do make a small noise.