When I press the accelerator my car makes a rattling noise?
Sometimes the rattling sound during acceleration is caused by a loose bracket on the exhaust system or another mechanical component. The issue could also be a small exhaust manifold leak or something entirely different.
Why does my truck sound like its rattling?
If you notice a rattling noise coming from underneath your vehicle, a bit like a box of stones being shaken, this could be a sign that you have a problem with your exhaust system. This sound is often a warning sign of a faulty catalytic converter, and if this is the case, you may need to get a new one.
How much does it cost to fix a rattling noise when accelerating?
This will definitely be a loud engine noise when accelerating, so it should be easy to notice. It’s not usually a good idea to drive a long time after you discover the engine making noise for this reason. It’s going to cost around $500 to $1,500 to replace the timing chain or timing belt tensioner.
Why does my car make a weird noise when I press the gas?
There are a few things that could cause noise while operating your gas pedal. Potential issues could be a vacuum leak, exhaust system leak, or even a problem with the gas pedal or throttle cable.
Why is my front end rattling?
Rattles on smooth roads? When the front (or rear) end of your ride starts rattling on smooth surfaces with barely any suspension movement, it’s most likely sway bar links. These are to reduce body roll when cornering, and these round metal bars are attached to the suspension arms at the outer ends with links.
What could be rattling in my front end?
The most common cause of rattling noises from the wheel area being loose or a worn strut mount or the strut coming apart. Aside from the strut, which wouldn’t be typical for a vehicle of this age, you could have a hub cap that is broken or installed incorrectly. Another common failure is a sway bar link.