Is there a way to remove clicking sounds from your car engine?
Small dents in automobile bumpers can sometimes be repaired simply with either a hair dryer, a hammer, or a toilet plunger. Larger dings in the bumper may require a trip to your dealership.
Depends on where it is coming from. If it seems outside of the vehicle, it could be a hub bearing.
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if your car has air con on it while the engine is running it will be the aircon pump switching on and off hope this helps you out nate
Bumps? Cars don't usually get bumps, They usually get dents. There is a technique of sliding a block of dry ice around to reduce or minimize dents from hail. You'll still probably need to apply some body filler such as glazing compound or Bondo and sand it smooth then prime and sand again then pa...
yes but you will need a lot of money i payed $1000 to do that
If you're talking about removing/breaking the glue bond & removing the residue, I've found GooGone or GM Stripe/Woodgrain remover to work the best! Also good for removing decals from body surfaces.... Leaves no residue and doesn't harm the paint/finish!
Start with having the battery tested. Any auto parts store will check it for you at no charge. Be sure all connections are clean and tight before you start buying parts.
Unless u try a fuel stabilizer, i dunno what to tell ya.
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check the fuses some cars have them under the hood as well as in the car Check ignition coil or coils Check to see if battery is grounded ok Dead battery? Bad battery cable? Check and clean all battery cables.
did you try unscrewing it? that's how they ussually come.
There are a number of easy do-it-yourself ways to repair a dent that have worked for people. The best method largely depends on the type of dent. One way is to use dry ice or a hair drier on the dent. This can remove small dents. Another way is to use a toilet plunger to pull out a dent. A third ...
There is a new product out you can buy at a car parts house or Wal Mart that you spray on these for the easier removal. Or you can do it the old fashioned way- a razor blade.
If your engine has seized up while you're driving, there's nothing you can do about it short of an intensive engine repair or replacement.Fill the cylinders with engine oil and let it sit for a few days.Then, try turning the engine over with a breaker bar.If it moves, you may be able to salvage t...
No. They are two different transmissions.
A Have the tires rebalanced and rotated once again, making sure the front tires end up on the rear of the vehicle.If this has an effect on the humming noise, the problem is with the tires.If this doesn't change the noise, the tech may be correct.A front-wheel bearing or hub assembly may be the ca...
What does it mean if your car makes a clicking sound when you turn like the sound is coming from somewhere near the front tires?
Sounds like the CV (constant velocity) joints are worn and need relacing
A number of things could be wrong in this instance. The battery could have just enough power to drive the solenoid responsible for engaging the starter, or (if the battery is known to be good) the starter itself could be going bad. The starter is nothing more than an extremely powerful electric m...
A clicking noise while turning in a front wheel drive car is usually caused by damaged or worn CV joints.CV joints are mounted on each end of a front axle, they transfer power to the wheels from the transmission.The CV joint allows flexibility in each end of the axle shaft as the vehicle is going...
The year, make and model info would be useful but with some vehicles you can gain access to the trunk by removing the back seat.
only way i know is to resell it to someone else
Wow, you really want to do it the hard way. Power = Torque*angular velocity at the engine P=T*omega-e angular velocity at the engine = Transmission ratio * Rear axle Ratio * angular velocity at the rear axle omega-e = R * omega-a Speed = omega-a * tire circumference S = omega-a * pi * D so omega-...
Possibly nothing more than the brake pedal return spring catching on something.
Yes it is possible to play cassettes through a car CD player by using a cassette to digital adapter. The songs on the cassette will be transferred into digital format.
There are several things that cause this.Almost all of the are 100% normal.If I knew what kind of car it is I could tell you more.
It could be your battery. Try honking your horn and hold it down...see if it sounds strong the whole time, or if it starts strong and then starts to fade out. It could also be the starter. The battery is easier to fix, especially if you have AAA. Good luck!
MAKE CAR MAKES THE SAME NOISE AND REPLACING THE PVC VALVE FIXED THE PROBLEM
press the turning signal idiot
I meant to replace it. Sorry. At work so had to type fast lol. I was told to remove the drive shaft but the Chilton manual says to just remove cross member then unbolt converter.It is illegal to remove a catalytic converter. Also, your Honda will not run properly with the converter removed.
There are a few possibilities: Low battery, either because the alternator isn't keeping the battery charged or the battery is old and has failed. Corroded battery terminals, usually an indicator that the battery is blowing acid fumes. Batteries usually don't last long after the terminals start to...
I hope you take it to a garage and have the brakes inspected. Might be a brake fluid leak.
park in a locked garage
Whats wronng with your car you hear a slight tapping sound coming from your engine in your 1996 Chevy luminu?
chances are good in your 1996 Chevy lumina if there is a slight tapping noise, check the oil. it may be low, or you may need to add a thicker additive. good luck!
yes. in the seatwith your back and shoulder to the seat. You are not supposed to lean forward or be slightly turned especially if you have lumbar seats. You should fit snugly. The seat belt could damage your kidneys, liver, and your neck if you get into a car accident and you are not properly sea...
One of a few things depending on the click. If it makes consecutive clicks when you turn the key (click,click,click,click) then the odds are the battery is dead or in need of charging and there just isn't enough charge to fully engage the starter and turn over the engine. If it clicks just once, ...
Non-acetone nail polish remover on a cotton ball. It works instantly with very little effort. Afterwards I would recommend washing the area with soap and water.An alternative suggestion:Get some rubbing compound from the auto parts store. Dab a very small amount on a wet sponge. Work the compound...
The buzzing is caused by the liquid refrigerant entering the compressor intake port and is a great signifier that there is too much Freon.An air conditioner compressor beginning to fail, a compressor pulley or serpentine belt that is beginning to wear out or the compressor clutch can cause a ratt...
Generally speaking, unless a car is within driving distance so that you can see it, I would hesitate recommending eBay for car purchases. Try your local Craigslist advertising instead. This way you can see and test drive the car.
I'll add that I found a bag of my mail with one peice of his mail which I dropped into the mail. (he came outside in the middle of the process) I also had him look into my car to see I'd I had mistakenly taken any of his items which I had - an iPhone charger. I thought it was mine but I gave it b...
check the license plate??
Engines are inefficient, so more heat energy enters the engine than comes out as mechanical power; the difference is waste heat which must be removed.Internal combustion engines remove waste heat through cool intake air, hot exhaust gases, and explicit engine cooling.
Auto parts stores sell coolant flush kits some are just a chemical you add to water after draining the old coolant. The other uses your garden hose fitting you install to flush the system after you drain the old coolant. I personally use the second method.
When you put foot down on on accelerater pedal theres a blowing sound coming from engine or near engine?
Not knowing what vehicle you have, it sounds like the fan clutch has seized.
I'm assuming you mean a pulley, which is what the belts run on. If so, depending on which pulley the bearings could be bad or if it is the crankshaft pulley (big pulley near the bottom) the rubber could be getting bad.
the clicking sound is the blinker. when you signal to turn with your blinker the light flashes and makes a clicking sound.
In some cars, you can get the rear bearing by dropping the transmission. For the rest, no.
Without hearing it and seeing it we could only guess. Maybe bad universal joints or something rubbing on the driveshaft.
try not to jam the brakes tap them slowly it might help
Driving over the speed limit is illegal, so most drivers who remove the governor register the Mustang for legally sanctioned track races.The governor is not a physical part, but a program written into the car's electronic control unit, or ECU.
That would be the pulley belt. Take a bar of any hard soap and carefully rub some on the underneath of the belt (the part that faces down) then start the car back up, it should stop the chirping. Have a mechanic check the belt condition ASAP.
Try looking at the brake pads. You may need new ones. If that isn't the problem, try tightening the bolts on your tire they may be loose.
the pistons fire a couple times still after you turn it off. no big deal its normalIt could be the interlocks engaging in the gear lever. This locks it in position until you put your foot on the brake.
look up "pinking" on wikipedia - this is a condition when petrol pre-ignites. Try using a higher octane fuel or get your engine cleaned to prevent this.
The Reason Why Your Car's Turn Signal Makes a Clicking Sound.Traditionally, the clicking sound is made via heat.Drivers would switch on their blinker, and the electricity would heat up a bimetallic spring in the car, causing it to bend until it made contact with a small strip of metal.
Without removing the engine? Unscrew the plug at the bottom of the oil pan and let it flow into a drain pan. If need be, take a siphon to get the rest out. You're going to have to replace a gasket in order to keep it from happening again - typically either the head gasket or the intake manifold g...
If you are talking about engine oil (which is the oil changed when you get an "oil change"), the answer is no. The oil will pick up contaminates, and the additives in it will break down. As this happens, the oil's ability to provide protection and lubrication to the engine will decrease. If not c...
An odometer is all about the distance that your vehicle travels since you bought it from a dealer.It is not the engine alone that manipulates the odometer readings.So the answer to, “does a new engine reset the odometer,” is no, it does not reset the odometer.
Could be many, many reasons some as simple as a small stone caught inside a hub cap.
Slow down to a speed that prevents loss of traction.
You don't say what type of car the inquiry is about, so here are a few general answers. If you have a turbo-diesel, and there is a whistle starting about 1700 rpm, then you are probably hearing the turbo spinning up as exhaust gas pressure rises. Alternatively, you could have a leak on the air pi...
Car Clicking Noise, A clicking noise while turning in a front wheel drive car is usually caused by damaged or worn CV joints.CV joints are mounted on each end of a front axle, they transfer power to the wheels from the transmission.
Noise is a classic sign of a bad wheel bearing or wheel hub bearing.Here are some indicators of a worn wheel hub bearing or other wheel-end damage: Snapping, clicking or popping.However, it also can be related to excessive bearing endplay, usually associated with inadequate clamping.
IF it is Turbo charged then that would be the turbo.
Probably worn out brakes. Could be wheel bearing or other worn components also. Check for looseness before you drive any further.
The Chevy Nova does have some parts in common with the Ventura, the Oldsmobile Buick, and the Buick Apollo. One of the best places to get interchangeable parts information is from your local Auto Zone or other auto parts retailer.
slipping alternator/power steering/ auxillary drive belt
Oil molecules, however, are non-polar, and they can't form hydrogen bonds.If you put oil and water in a container, the water molecules will bunch up together and the oil molecules will bunch up together, forming two distinct layers.Oil and water will mix, you see, they just need a little help.
It is not possible to change the terms of the lease in any way that might reduce the monthly payment amount.Unlike a car loan, which can be refinanced, leases cannot be refinanced.However, if you want to continue your lease but simply want to lower your payments, there is no way.
ENGINE CLICKING NOISES A clicking or tapping noise that gets louder when you rev the engine is probably "tappet" or upper valvetrain noise caused by one of several things: low oil pressure, excessive valve lash, or worn or damaged parts.First, check the engine dipstick to see if the oil level is...
Yes, drivers should speak up to ensure their safety.If you see someone driving recklessly--whether it be from texting, drunk or drowsy driving, being overly aggressive, or otherwise careless driving--report it by calling 911.But only call if you feel it's a dangerous situation.
1999 FORD RANGER XL THEFT LIGHT IN DASH BLINKS WHEN I SHUT OFF ENGINE AND STAYS ON AFTER I START IT. THERE IS NO HORN OR OTHER SOUND. WHAT DOES MEAN AND IS THERE A WAY TO SHUT IT OFF?
You have a problem with passive anti theft system. If it's activated light will flash when key is powered on but will not start. It should never flash and start and engine stay on. You need an auto locksmith to check the system, key halo, module and ecu.
It is possible to get out of a contract without being sued if you can no longer perform your obligations due to a particular circumstance or event.“Impossibility of performance” is grounds for contract termination because circumstances beyond the control of the contractual party prevent performance.
Check fluid level WHEN IT cools off.
1) Contact the DMV in the state you last owned the vehicle and run a title or registration search. This costs money. 2) PublicData.com can look up the vehicle by license plate or VIN number. I have found the new owners of several of my old vehicles because I still had the VIN numbers memorized/wr...
you may not be pushing the clutch all the way in or the cluch may need to be adjusted
You can get a car report on your used vehicle at this site www.carfax.com/free_carfax_reports.cfx I would recommend checking this site before you purchase a used car.
Not unless the dealer agrees to void the contract or fraud was involved. You signed it, and you will have to live with that decision.
it squeaks when you accelerate and stop because that is the wheel (along with the back left) that push the car.i think its correct but im 10 so dont know for sure but i do get straight A's.sorry for bad grammar.
I would advise bringing your car to a mechanic as quickly as possible. Your brakes could fail. This puts you at a high risk for injury or even death.
Sounds like the battery is dead or you have a loose/dirty battery connection. Have the charging system and battery tested at your local auto parts store.
Drain the engine oil and replace with new oil.Water mixing with the engine oil happens mostly because of a blown head gasket. It produces a slurry mix in the combustion chamber which can create severe engine damage.You will have to drain every bit of the slurry and ensure the engine is clear of t...