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Knocking noise and bad shaking

The shaking is only when accelerating. It feels like the rear end is where it's coming from. There is also a bad knocking noise in the engine. Also has been going through oil really bad. What could be causing it?

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Sounds like the engine need s some going over have it checked out

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This is the problem with suspensions problem of the car or major problem with the engine in the car get it check by the dealer as this may factory defective part install as this car is still under warranty.........................................................

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SOURCE: L Reg Vitara engine knock

if anything id say it was the bearing

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it could be tht the exhaust pipe is loose and therefor makes shaking and kinda banging noise. hope i helped! ;-)

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From your description i would say that you have lost/spun a rod bearing and have a rod "knocking" against the block.
I would stop driving the vehicle immediately.
if you are able to do it yourself i would pull the oil pan and look for pieces of bearing.

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SOURCE: 2003 Dodge Ram 1500 4.7L

Check the engine and transmission supports on truck.Possible broken support and you might look at the driveshaft for a damaged u-joint or missing balanceing weight on driveshaft. Any one of those things will cause a vibration. If all checks out look at the sparkplug wires and plugs for a fouling condition. Hope this help you.

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Knocking noise from rear end


If car is rear wheel drive.....Check you Universal joints on your driveshaft

Could also be Trailing Arm bushings.if you have coil Springs on your rear axle. These bushings keep the axle from rotating. So when you do that Clutch jumpy thing the axle is trying to rotate and with bad bushings it could be 'banging'

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I have 2005 Cadillac SRX 86,000 Miles. I hear a grinding noise when I accelerate and feel a bump when driving on hyway, No sound when coasting, stoping or ideling which to me would eliminate engine or...


Grinding on acceleration, rhythmic thump on the highway... might be a bad u-joint in a CV shaft or rear drive shaft. Put the transmission in neutral, put blocks in front of the front wheels jack up the back end of the vehicle and put jackstands under the frame (do not rely on the jack alone to hold it up!). Turn the rear wheels by hand while listening and feeling for slop or roughness. Crawl under the vehicle and check for play in the drive shaft bearings, then rotate the drive shaft by hand to check for rough bearings in the u-joints. Inspect the fender wells and suspension linkage for foreign objects that may be rubbing or bumping on the wheels. Inspect the tires for uneven wear, incipient blowouts (blisters) or other problems.
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May seem to be unrelated but, I had a similar problem with my last truck and it wound up being ball joints. It sounds similar, (especially the rocking forward after stop), might be something to check. If you're talking about a 4WD, it could be your transfer case.

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The desciption you gave is exactly how it feels when you have an axle with a bad inner CV joint. It won't make a "clicking" noise like when you have a bad outer CV joint, but will shake pretty bad on accel. If you crawl under the car while it's on the ground (don't lift it) and grab on to the axle close to the inner CV joint and wiggle it, there shouldn't be very much play in it. If there is play in it, replace that axle.

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it could be tht the exhaust pipe is loose and therefor makes shaking and kinda banging noise. hope i helped! ;-)

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