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Knocking noise and becomes louder every time I accelerate! What do I need to fix
SOUND'S LIKE YOU COULD HAVE A BAD ROD OR CRANK OR LIFTER.TRY THIS CHECK YOUR WATER AND OIL NOW START THE ENGINE IF IT IS A FAST KNOCKING HOLD YOUR FOOT ON THE BRAKE AND PUT THE CARE IN GEAR IF IT QUEITS YOU HAVE BAD ROD SERIOUS MOTOR REPAIR INTERNAL.DO THE SAME THING AGAIN AND IF IT IS MORE A THUMPING NOISE AND A SLOW DEEP KNOCK THEN WITH THE ENGINE IDLEING PUT IT IN GEAR HOLD THE BRAKE GIVE IT A LITTLE GAS AND IF THE MOTOR KNOCK'S GET'S QUEIT IT'S POSSIBLY THE CRANKSHAFT ANOTHER INTERNAL PROBLEM MOTOR OVERHAUL IF IT'S A FAST RATTLING IT'S PROBABLY A LIFTER STUCK OR BLEED DOWN DIRTY OIL OR A WEAK OIL PUMP ALL ARE BAD NEWS SORRY.GOOD LUCK
Posted on Jul 14, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi more than likley to be the alternator remove your fan belt start engine see if noise disapears yates210456
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
inspect the braking system for warped or uneven rotor surface, as this may cause this noise and uneven pad wear. CV joints also could cause this if the boots are torn, have insufficient grease, are damaged,or have worn bearings. Hopefully this helps
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
sound like an internal engine problem. either one or more of the pistons has "piston slap" and that knocking will diminish as the engine warms up or possibly a rod bearing is worn out. have a tech do a manual oil pressure test to make sure the oil pump and main bearings are ok. piston slap or knock that decreases when the engine warms up is not that serious, but a rod bearing knock or possible oil pump failure should be taken care of asap.
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
Testimonial: "thanks, after reading what you've described it sounds exactly like the problem I'm having, looks like we'll be going to the shop."
SOURCE: knocking noise when i accelerate
CHECK ALL DRIVE BELT ACCESSORIES LIKE ALTERNATOR - AIR CONDITIONER COMPRESSOR AND CRANKSHAFT PULLEY.I HAVE SEEN A LOOSE OR BAD TRANSMISSION MOUNT CAUSE KNOCKING NOISE IF ENGINE ACCELERATED.
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
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