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Tapping under hood speeds up when you accelerate

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Check the harmonic balance for failing rubber in the pulley. If the rubber is bulging out past the metal it might be best to replace it.

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SOURCE: loud tapping noise in engine

It sounds like you have a rod problem. If that is the case the engine will need to be taken apart to be fixed. Price varys from shop to shop but they can do a bunch of tests on it and tell you exactly what is wrong with it for about 80 to 100 dollars

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SOURCE: loud tapping noise under hood of my 06 chrysler 300c

CHECK THE OIL LEVEL, IT MAY BE LOW AND WHAT YOU HEARS IS A VALVE TAPPING.

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SOURCE: my car is makeing a tapping noise under the hood.

Sounds like a vacuum leak. Raise the hood while your engine is idling and see if you can pinpoint the area. Chances are, you'll find a vacuum line with a hole or loose connection.

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SOURCE: From under the hood is coming a growling noise

sounds like a bad wheel bearing.

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SOURCE: Heard a grinding sound under hood. Car then died.

So does the a/c still work, maybe your compressor is bad? Top off your oil and run the engine and see if you can find out where the oil came from?

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