When I accelerate my car makes a grinding noise?
Car Grinding Noise when Accelerating If your car makes noise when accelerating, it can be a problem like a worn-out clutch disc or wheel bearing. That can be a clutch problem in a manual transmission, an automatic transmission issue, a worn u-joint or CV joint, or something in the brakes, suspension or steering.
What does a transmission sound like when it is going out?
Clunking, humming or whining sounds are signs of automatic transmission problems. Faulty manual transmissions will also give off loud machinelike sounds that seem to come out of nowhere. A clunking noise when you shift gears is a telltale transmission situation.
What causes a loud knocking noise in the engine?
Engine knock is what happens when a portion of the fuel inside the cylinder detonates before the rest of the fuel. If the octane rating of the fuel you’ve used is too low, or there’s other damage elsewhere in the engine, some of this fuel may detonate prematurely. These detonations create the knocking or pinging sound.