Question: Why Does My Car Sound Like A Motorcycle When I Accelerate?

Why does my car make noise when I accelerate?

When you accelerate and hear a squeal, a squeak, or a whine, odds are the cause is a worn belt.

Your timing belt might whine while idling, and actually stop whining after you continue accelerating, only to return once you slow down.

Your engine’s whining noise can be addressed relatively easily..

Why does my car suddenly sound like a motorboat?

You very likely have an issue with a large exhaust leak at or before the muffler. Most commonly, heat and moisture combine over time to form small holes in the muffler or exhaust pipe, causing the muffler to stop… well…

Why does my car sound like a lawn mower when I accelerate?

The noise could be due to an exhaust leak although it is also possible that a failed wheel bearing could cause enough “rumbling” to sound really loud. … Power steering leaks can be a fire hazard though (if the leaking fluid contacts a hot engine part) and so you should have the leak repaired.

Why does my car make a whistling noise when I press the gas?

The sound you are hearing is air leaking across a damaged gasket or a warped sealing surface. With the throttle closed, or in deceleration mode, the manifold pressure is very low and if there is a leak anywhere in the induction system that should normally be sealed, you will hear the (very common) whistle.

What does a bad ball joint sound like?

Sound – Usually the first indication of worn or loose ball joints will be a faint, intermittent clunking noise that seems to be coming from a corner of your vehicle. … Steering – Worn ball joints can affect your vehicle’s steering, usually making the steering sloppy or stiff depending on how the ball joint is wearing.