Clicking Noise When Turning And Accelerating


I notice it between 2-3k RPM (20-35mph) and it is clearly coming from the forward half of the car. The joints become dry, causing the rollers to wear. I have a 2005 PA with a 3800 engine (not an ultra)- I get a strange buzzing/whirring noise when I accelerate, and it remains steady while in transit- seems to be coming from the other side of the firewall, in the center of the engine compartment. I have a Volkswagen Golf VR6 2002 front wheel drive with 85,000 miles with 17" wheels that came with the car when I bought it. The noise is most noticeable in the morning when car is still cool. Engine Clicking And Tapping Noises problem of the 2015 Hyundai Sonata 23 Failure Date: 10/06/2018 Affected vehicles may display a check engine light, slight hesitation or reduced power during acceleration, erratic shifting from the transmission during acceleration or a clicking noise from the engine when engine speed is increased. It happens only occasionally, specifically when I start to brake, accelerate or sometimes when I let go of the gas. Your safety as a driver,and the safety of others around you, depends greatly on keeping your car in good shape. Cold starts with clicking or knocking could be piston slap. Everything has been sounding great until yesterday when i was taking an onramp at relatively high speed to the right and i heard this noise, it sounds like a light popping noise. its not rumbling or huming any more then normal, it might just be something in the oil line?. I'll agree with previous answers concerning a defective front outer CV joint. The problem I’m experiencing is that a after running the cart for a few minutes it starts to lose power and makes a clicking sound. it tapers off after a few miles. ) It occurs more often during a slight left or right turn, but I can also get it to occur when lightly accelerating in 1st or 2nd or letting off the gas in the same manner. I hear a popping noise from underneath the engine on the driver's side when I hit the gas from a complete stop, and I have very sluggish acceleration. This is a discussion on Clicking noice when accelerating hard and turning. I suspect valve train damage from the over-rev. There is a loud clunk when I turn left only when accelerating. -assuming it's the drive. It kind of feels like it's slipping or stuttering. Re: wierd clicking noise when accelerating May 06 2013, 5:21am hi lawnguy32, can you explain it what did you do with more details, cause i thing i have the same issue i wanna try what ever you did to you truck, but i also gonna flush the tranny fluid and replace the filter too. Polaris 700 EFI Clicking Sound. I own a 2000 model Accent GLE which I bought recently from the first owner. Tire & Aerodynamic Interference Noise; Full Sound Library; Submit a Sound; Disclaimer & Credits; There is a month for this!. A finger-snapping, popping or clicking sound when you turn; A rhythmic squeak that speeds up as you accelerate; A howling, whining or even “singing” Rhythmic clunking, tapping or banging from under the hood. Honda Owners Beware! Clicking Noise in Front end is possible serious Defect Mine started making a cracking noise when turning, soon after the purchase. Turning the steering wheel when the pump is worn out or leaking will result in clicking or chirping noises because the belt tension is wrong, or there is an insufficient amount of fluid. For the last few weeks, I've noticed a whistling sound coming from the front, possibly passenger side, of the car when accelerating normally. but it sure something to be concerned with i think. I know this subject has been discussed many times. A clicking noise, when accelerating, can be caused by a worn CV joint. It's the kind of noise that I'd sometime hear driving other cars, when the wheel was fully cranked coming from the tires. Like mentioned earlier a CV joint would click when turning and. Additionally, a loose serpentine belt can cause a clicking sound. It seems to be similar to the problems people were having with XP 64bit and Vista 64bit in these two threads:. Rattling Sound When Accelerating At Low Speed. I'd like to ask if anyone knows why there is clicking noise when braking with a bit of pressure? Under light braking it would not show up, but pressing medium or even hard on the brakes and it would exhibit clicking noise. When these joints go bad they will make a clicking noise and more so when turning right or left, or when accelerating. The sound would disappear as the RPMs are going up. Re: Clicking noise during acceleration and decceleration Mon Apr 01, 2013 9:12 pm So from what I understand an issue that will probably end up impacting every LEAF is a clunking sound which occurs just once when changing directions (forward to reverse and reverse to forward). I have had a clicking/knocking noise when turning in either direction only when I accelerate. Listen to the noise in video when turning the. Usually, the noise will only be present while turning in one direction only. The dealer had the car for a week trouble shooting it before they replaced the Rack and Pinion Assembly under warranty. If your outter CV joint is bad, you'd hear clicking when turning. It's actually only the steering gear that has the issue but it messes up the racks tracking and it goes over to far. It only happens after braking at a stop then taking off. It's cyclical, so the noise speeds up as your wheels go faster or slows down if you're reducing your speed during the turn. As high-pressure exhaust escapes from a crack in the manifold or a leak in the gasket it will sound like ticking or clicking especially at idle or low engine RPMs. But again, the noise quites down a bit when speed is leveled out but not 100% gone. Now I notice this new sound only while accelerating. This often manifests as a squeaking or squealing noise. The only other thing I could think of is a possible torque converter issue, but if it happens more frequent when turning and accelerating, I'd point more towards your CV joints. I have a nissan rogue SL Awd with only 3K and I have the following problems. The sound gradually goes away when fully warmed up, but let it cool down a few hours or start it in the morning, and it's back. If I hit the gas in park it does not make the sound at all. Really not sure what the issue is. It doesn't do it when I turn left. I have a 2001 Forester. As batteries age, corrosion can build up on the internal lead plates. When I let off the throttle that clicking noise went away completely. I have an XC90 V8 R-design which I bought new last April 2011 and after few months of use, I am experiencing a clunk noise (not continuous though) during sharp 90 deg turn while pressing the brake. The noise would be repeat fast or slow depending on whether the speed is fast or slow. For some reason I think they are gravely. Identifying Weird Car Noises. A bad coupling is a reason for your car making the commotion at the time of a tight turn. However, worn out wheel bearings can lead to friction, causing grinding noise while turning the car on bends. Stack Exchange network consists of 175 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers. Valve train noises generally are loudest up to 1500 rpms. This in turn causes a grinding noise when it catches at a stiff spot. Noise is only there during acceleration from a dead stop. Confirm the noise by accelerating while the front wheels are turned sharply to the left and then again to the right. This would turn into a mysterious problem as well and could take you many days before figuring out the actual cause or the exact faulty parts that lead to whining noise when you accelerating. We offer Axle and CV Joint Repair in Knoxville, TN, Oak Ridge, TN, and Lenoir City, TN. After the turn I started hearing a clicking noise coming from somewhere towards the front of my car. 594 TIME= 15:40:08 The GPU accelerator capability is not valid when using the memory saving option (MSAVE command) for the PCG solver. The tapping or clicking will increase as you accelerate and become faster. Recently I had my 1st big issue with my 06 Ridgeline. U joints are just a starting point that's cheap to fix I have had them make noise in 4wd but not 2 I have even had one make noise when turning and one just a shake with no noise it may end up being in your t case u do have a chain in it but most of the time it's something that is meet to be replaced like u. Honda Accord: Why is There a Grinding Noise When I Accelerate? Are you hearing grinding noises coming from your Honda Accord? This article will show you how to trace the source of the noise, and the different ways to address it. Answer: Many heat pumps have a reversing valve solenoid that is energized (24 volts AC) all the time in the cooling mode. What is going on?. Re: Clicking noise during acceleration and decceleration Mon Apr 22, 2013 1:36 am My wife's 2011 has just started doing this about a week ago, figured I'd jump on the forum and do a search (been off of here for a while, life is way too busy lately). It's been like that for a couple years now. If it sounds like a coffee can with marbles in it, shaking around it might be pre-ignition. The CV joint can cause the axle to collapse when it breaks. Honda Accord: Why is There a Grinding Noise When I Accelerate? Are you hearing grinding noises coming from your Honda Accord? This article will show you how to trace the source of the noise, and the different ways to address it. Also hope the brakes are not dragging and the tyres are in good condition. My 2002 mustang is making a weird clicking noise when i accelerate and when i let go of the pedal it slowly stops. My mechanic told me that he “looked up a few things” and it could be an internal transmission problem, but everyone says it sounds like the CV joint or axle. What is the valve for?. Belt noise can mean the belt is worn or loose. So, accelerate, clunk, clunk, drive. Hey guys, so I am going to try my best to to explain this lol. No matter how experienced or expert you would be, detecting the accurate faulty part or exact reasons for these whining noises could be a little bit. The noise is never made when I turn without acceleration. 2) I hear a clicking noise from the steering wheel when I turn it to the right or left on cool day. There is a loud clunk when I turn left only when accelerating. ) It's hard to reproduce, but it seems to be easier to get going when everything is fairly cold. The clicking sound is noticeable while I'm driving at lower speeds also. It makes a clicking noise when I accelerate. Listen for the popping sound and determine from which side of the vehicle the noise is emanating from. Gets louder the harder you accelerate or when going up hill. Should I be concerned? What could cause this noise? Larry from Detroit My. A clicking noise, when accelerating, can be caused by a worn CV joint. The 2013 Hyundai Elantra has 4 problems reported for clicking noise from engine after turning car off. This noise most often happens when you first begin to accelerate, and sometimes when turning. Usually between 2000 and 3000 rpms. At low speed is when the gears switch from the gear to CVT, so noise could be coming from that. it only happens when the wheels are turned (either direction) AND accelerating (or turned and pressing gas in neutral). The problem is definitely with the CV joints, bearings, or differentials if a steering steel makes noise when turning at high speeds. Volt tech at my local dealership said it was a common issue for Volts with over 40k+ on them. Today the car was ready, and it had a new noise -- really loud clicking, in sync with wheel rotation from front-right side of the car. It feels as if something is in a bind somewhere in the front. The same sort of sound comes when you apply the brakes - again, only from the right side. A noise when you go over speed bumps could be the sign of worn struts or sway bars. If your outter CV joint is bad, you'd hear clicking when turning. 9 makes a very loud sucking noise when it's cold. starter replacement will fix noise. It makes a clicking noise when I accelerate. I'm experiencing a vibration/shake when turning the steering wheel 50-100% and accelerating from a dead stop. This sound is most noticeable on acceleration and changes on deceleration. Hear a clicking/popping noise from front end when turning at higher speeds. that my car makes a constant click while accelerating and turning right. Additionally, it feels like the engine stutters a bit when this happens. The 2003 Chevrolet Silverado has 10 problems reported for clunking noise when accelerating. Zen I have a Honda civic 2005 that makes a single clunking noise. It was solved by replacing the bearings up front. Another possible cause is a faulty transmission. Dirty air filter. Volt tech at my local dealership said it was a common issue for Volts with over 40k+ on them. Listen to these noises carefully and you should be able to identify the cause. Car makes clicking noise when turning left & right CV joints also known as constant-velocity joints, are found on front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive, and all-wheel-drive vehicles. If you are already hearing a clicking noise when you make a sharp turn, it’s time to get your CV joints checked, and replaced as needed. Confirm the noise by accelerating while the front wheels are turned sharply to the left and then again to the right. Went to a local shop and they told me I am using cheap petro and to pour some octane boost in the tank and change to 93 Octane. I'm not sure if its some kind of CV or universal joint or something worse. I will try and listen to the sound more closely, but it doesn't seem like it makes it going over bumps, in which case I doubt it would be anything to do with the strut mounts. Noise: Banging or heavy clicking every two to three feet during acceleration or deceleration, but not both Cause: High spot or heavy chip on pinion gear tooth. Its louder when turning the right (this may not matter to the diagnosis) but I hear it turning either way. Everything has been sounding great until yesterday when i was taking an onramp at relatively high speed to the right and i heard this noise, it sounds like a light popping noise. The jerk feels like if you're driving around in first gear and you give it gas, get off the gas and get back on the gas, that kind of jerk. Turned out the front axel nuts and washers needed to be replaced and torqued. Replacing the belt's tensioner can alleviate the problem. Re: Volvo Penta 5. The Adobe Captivate demonstration below illustrates how to disable graphics hardware acceleration. OK, I know this vague and has probably been asked before, but I have a clicking, creaking, popping sound on initial acceleration from a stop. I noticed on Friday that when I accelerate from a standstill, I get a loud clicking (maybe a clunking?) sound from underneath the front of the truck. This noise persists when the car is accelerating. Almost immediately, there is a squealing noise when I accelerate after braking. I have an air intake as well as a big TB. Listen to these noises carefully and you should be able to identify the cause. Back wheels were turning kicking up gravel. LR RWD, Build 3/2018. Not quite sure how to describe the actual noise but I found a link to the same noise on you tube from another 2010 MDX. mar 04, 2019 - white city, or - power train i made a free right hand turn into traffic from a stationary position but when i attempted to accelerate there was a loud thunking/ratcheting sound from under my car and it wouldn't move. I've checked the fuel pump and that was fine. The noise at first would only be heard in the mornings until the water temperature gauge would begin to move. Noise is still there if you roll in nuetral. • Regular “clunking” or loud “clicking” every few feet may indicate a broken ring or pinion gear tooth. A finger-snapping, popping or clicking sound when you turn; A rhythmic squeak that speeds up as you accelerate; A howling, whining or even "singing" Rhythmic clunking, tapping or banging from under the hood. I'm probably confusing you by saying faint sound but it is subtle. I own a 2000 model Accent GLE which I bought recently from the first owner. I notice it between 2-3k RPM (20-35mph) and it is clearly coming from the forward half of the car. This is worse when performing this manoeuvre on an uphill incline. I have a 2015 Nissan Sentra SV(25,854miles)that is doing the same clicking noise during deceleration and acceleration and sometimes even braking. -assuming it's the drive. You may hear a ticking, clicking, or tapping noise while the vehicle is idling, accelerating, or even after receiving an oil change. Page 2- Rattling noise engine/transmission 991 GT3. I have an XC90 V8 R-design which I bought new last April 2011 and after few months of use, I am experiencing a clunk noise (not continuous though) during sharp 90 deg turn while pressing the brake. my sister's old car used to do it too after about 70,000 miles. The noise is so low that I actually didnt know it was happening until I entered a tunnel as the sound bounces off the walls of the tunnel. But again, the noise quites down a bit when speed is leveled out but not 100% gone. Initially the noise would stop on its own, sometimes it would stop if I tapped the brake pedal. The GPU accelerator capability is disabled for this solution. The ticking noise is coming from the engine bay, not the tires. A car clicking noise from the front of the vehicle, while turning and accelerating, is caused by CV joint failure. I have a 2001 Forester. A VEHICLES AFFECTED section was added, which includes expanded VIN ranges for the 2008 Civic and the addition of certain 2009 Civics. Squealing or chirping on acceleration: This usually indicates a belt or belts are loose and slipping. It happens only occasionally, specifically when I start to brake, accelerate or sometimes when I let go of the gas. Exactly the same clicking/ticking sound when turning at low speeds. Hi folks, I am posting for a buddy of mine. A few ideas would be that I've seen the front exhaust bracket crack on these, that can give a noise on acceleration like you describe, and also we've had a few catalytic converters making noise, the matrix inside the converter can crack and vibrate at times. When the aluminum block engine is cold, there is too much clearance between the cylinder bore and the piston. They are designed to be the buffer between axle and the wheel itself, which prevents friction between the two moving parts. For a temporary fix, loosen the three mounting bolts to get the appropriate tension on the power steering belt. if its a metal on metal noise, that can be a brake pad worn to low, or even just a simple backing plate to the brake rotor touching and rubbing the rotor. If the noise persists as you drive and accelerate, however, you may need to have the piston replaced. They can also bind up on acceleration and when turning tightly. The problem appears during acceleration, when I give it gas. A sound like a coin in a clothes dryer. Popping noise on acceleration - Chevy Impala Forums. It mainly happens when braking, accelerating and turning. It has gotten worse over the last 2 weeks. ACTION: Apply Molykote M77 grease (P/N 44003-7S000) to the front wheel drive shaft bearing surfaces. I've had enough Chev 350's to recognize a click caused by too much lash from a stuck lifter, a flat cam or cracking rocker arm, but again, this click diminishes as it warms up. It's almost like the noise works itself out as the vehicle accelerates to a constant speed. Replacing the wheel bearings should stop the noise. It only happens when accelerating and not when cruising at a set speed. It is like a loud clicking/popping noise coming from either directly under the driver or a little more to the rear. If it doesn't become more pronounced, look elsewhere for the problem. Check on floor-mats dealership said they ordered when I bought the car since none were in stock at the time. The clicking starts right from 0 mph. If it's regularly repetitive (click, click, click, click), increasing as you speed up, it'll most likely be a failing CV joint. The noise sounds metallic, like gears are clicking together a bit. The noise may change while cornering or turning. It has been about 2-3 months I have realized there is a noise each time I accelerate with the car. It gets more noticeable the more gas I give. Listen to these noises carefully and you should be able to identify the cause. Hey guys, so I am going to try my best to to explain this lol. A clicking noise means it is time to connect a battery monitor to a battery and see what kind of reading is generated. As high-pressure exhaust escapes from a crack in the manifold or a leak in the gasket it will sound like ticking or clicking especially at idle or low engine RPMs. starter replacement will fix noise. The symptom is more pronounced when the engine is at operating temperature. I can't pinpoint the exact location just from the sound. when turning the steering left/right - a clicking creeking noise comes out of the right side axle. I hear an engine noise when applying gas and turning the wheels. Once the joint is making noise, you cannot add grease to the damaged joint and make the noise go away, the CV joint needs to be replaced. It happens the second I take off in first. A finger-snapping, popping or clicking sound when you turn; A rhythmic squeak that speeds up as you accelerate; A howling, whining or even "singing" Rhythmic clunking, tapping or banging from under the hood. The title says it all. Initially the noise would stop on its own, sometimes it would stop if I tapped the brake pedal. When I'm backing out of the driveway or a parking space and then put it in drive and turn the wheel to drive away. Everything has been sounding great until yesterday when i was taking an onramp at relatively high speed to the right and i heard this noise, it sounds like a light popping noise. Recently, I've encountered a bit of a clicking sound coming from what seems to be the engine bay during moderate to hard acceleration. I live in Phoenix so its always hot. Is there something else that could be making the noise other than a wheel bearing. The noise has been there since day 1, now it is coming up on warranty, so I figured I woul. I checked to make sure it was nothing in the cabin area. The noise is a whining type sound and stops when I let off the gas pedal or hit a bump. i read somewhere on this site that. What's wrong? I noticed both of my CV boots on my 2002 Nissan Quest were torn the other day, so I brought it to the mechanic and he said I needed a whole new axle. I have a video, but the noise is so faint, you can barely hear it. My 2013 Chrysler 300 with about 30,000 miles had the same problem. Clicking when cold. The first is belt noise. A finger-snapping, popping or clicking sound when you turn; A rhythmic squeak that speeds up as you accelerate; A howling, whining or even “singing” Rhythmic clunking, tapping or banging from under the hood. Clicking noise coming from the rear wheels, left louder than right, when accelerating from a stop pretty much every single time. It has gotten worse over the last 2 weeks. Recently, he told me that he started hearing clicking noises when turning left and accelerating at the same time. Page 2- Rattling noise engine/transmission 991 GT3. Recently did an oil change last week as well as new air filter. Replacing the belt's tensioner can alleviate the problem. Try accelerating while turning to the right and if the sound is there then it is very likely to be a drive shaft problem. it tapers off after a few miles. what could this noise be??Also when i turn the wheel completely left or right it makes a grinding noise. The noise is not constant, does not increase or decrease with RPM. If your car makes noise while. by Kyle McFadden. The noise sounds metallic, like gears are clicking together a bit. Upon straightening the out the turn and accelerating forward, the noise continues--but less harshly/persistently. Sometimes even during turning. when you hear that clicking sound. A noise when you go over speed bumps could be the sign of worn struts or sway bars. The precise volts of a car battery can be checked using a voltmeter or multimeter, which can be purchased from a hardware store for around $15. An applied vehicle has a “clicking” noise coming from the front axles during take-off/acceleration. Not quite sure how to describe the actual noise but I found a link to the same noise on you tube from another 2010 MDX. It's been like that for a couple years now. Making it really hard to pin point a source. Newer ones like yours should last even longer. If your car makes noise when accelerating or turning, don't ignore it. It makes a clicking noise when I accelerate. Re: Steering Wheel Clunk/Clicking When Turning Issue I had my rack replaced to stop the Steering wheel form making noise I had the clunk your speaking of as well and it went away with the new rack. In cases where the battery gives a strong or adequate signal, it is best to check the starter with a similar tool. It has a tension spring on the shaft outside the pipe it and if I turn it by hand, it makes a sound like what I am hearing. USUAL CAUSE Engine ping is the result of abnormally high combustion temperatures. Probably a, or both front CV (constantly variable) joints in the front half-shafts (the driveshafts that run from your transmission to both your front wheels) are going bad. I've searched - I can't find much information on a "Clicking" noise. The noise is never made when driving straight ahead. im going to take it back to him tomorrow and see what he says, but it doesnt feel like the engine is blown. one was a cracking noise when I made a hard slow turn. It is NOT speed or RPM dependent, although it seems to occur above 2500 rpm. When i turn sharp left It makes a sort of grinding or moaning sound, and there is a little vibration too. The noise is most noticeable in the morning when car is still cool. I'm at about 14K miles. He owns a 1999 Passat B5 with 5-speed manual transmission. 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. It is like a loud clicking/popping noise coming from either directly under the driver or a little more to the rear. (Kind of hard to tell. Typically, if this is the cause of the sound, the noise will increase when the wheel is turned during acceleration. When we pull up to a stop sign or stop at a red light then accelerate when it is time to drive, the vehicle makes a sort of clunking noise. If they fail you will hear a clicking noise when you make a turn, especially if you are trying to accelerate. Belt noise can also come when one of the pulleys the belt is riding on starts to fail. A similar concern to grinding is if your car makes a clicking noise when accelerating and turning a corner at high speeds. (The noise can only be heard when the car is eiyher idling or moving at crawling speed while steering wheel is turned). This noise most often happens when you first begin to accelerate, and sometimes when turning. Newer ones like yours should last even longer. The joints become dry, causing the rollers to wear. I've searched - I can't find much information on a "Clicking" noise. It only happens after braking at a stop then taking off. This noise persists when the car is accelerating. threads/popping-noise-front. If you are already hearing a clicking noise when you make a sharp turn, it’s time to get your CV joints checked, and replaced as needed. The only other thing I could think of is a possible torque converter issue, but if it happens more frequent when turning and accelerating, I'd point more towards your CV joints. 2007 MDX Clicking Noise Left Front 5 Answers. "A noise that gets louder while you?re vehicle is accelerating, probably means that there is heavy contact of the pinion-gear teeth on the outer ends of the ring-gear teeth (pinion gear not set deep enough). Sounds like metal. There is also a switch for an engine brake with three positions,. The CV joint can cause the axle to collapse when it breaks. Turning the steering wheel when the pump is worn out or leaking will result in clicking or chirping noises because the belt tension is wrong, or there is an insufficient amount of fluid. This would turn into a mysterious problem as well and could take you many days before figuring out the actual cause or the exact faulty parts that lead to whining noise when you accelerating. Noise When Turning A noise that is heard when the vehicle is taking a turn is usually due to trouble in the axle shaft or a problem inside the differential itself. It's almost like the noise works itself out as the vehicle accelerates to a constant speed. How To Check The Charge Of Your Battery. I'm not sure what it is and I took it in to a local Ford dealership and they didn't seem to notice it. USUAL CAUSE Engine ping is the result of abnormally high combustion temperatures. when turning the steering left/right - a clicking creeking noise comes out of the right side axle. Once the joint is making noise, you cannot add grease to the damaged joint and make the noise go away, the CV joint needs to be replaced. The 2013 Hyundai Elantra has 4 problems reported for clicking noise from engine after turning car off. - Grand Cherokee making noise when turning left - Hey yall, Im new to this. Took into the dealership for service because of rough idling, loss of acceleration and a whining noise when accelerating. When making a turn, I hear a grinding noise from the front wheel area. I can reproduce it most of the time if I am driving at about 30 mph, brake to about 20, then lightly accelerate the car. Clicking Noise when accelerating? If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. The noise seems to come from front left, and only happens when stepping on the gas pretty good. First I thought problem were due to bad sway bar link. It only happens after braking at a stop then taking off. Worn out brake pads will make noise when applying the brakes, but can also make noise when going through a turn. It's the kind of noise that I'd sometime hear driving other cars, when the wheel was fully cranked coming from the tires. The last couple of months I have noticed a ticking noise that appears to be coming from the front left side when accelerating. It also clicks and pops a lot while making a turn out of a parking lot. Car Problems With a Rattling Sound When Accelerating by Robert Moore Rattling noise during acceleration can be caused by several different but common failures, including loose heat shields, bad belt pulleys and ignition pinging. The usual cause of engine ping is over advanced. The car has approximately 85,000 miles. The same sort of sound comes when you apply the brakes - again, only from the right side. My 2009 makes a noise when either turning left or right at a moderate speed, the noise/vibration seems to come on as you are straightening the wheel again. Engine Piston Noises; Hose Noises; Noises from Belts & Pulleys; Under The Car. Clicking or Grinding is Heard When Accelerating While Turning AFFECTED VEHICLES Year Model Trim VIN Range 2014-15 Civic EX and LX CVT models only. that my car makes a constant click while accelerating and turning right. A low signal or no readout means the battery is dead. I have a 2003 Ford Windstar (FWD, automatic) that after a trip up a switch backed mountain road has started making a clicking/grinding noise. Try accelerating while turning to the right and if the sound is there then it is very likely to be a drive shaft problem. At low speed is when the gears switch from the gear to CVT, so noise could be coming from that. Hear a clicking/popping noise from front end when turning at higher speeds. It mainly happens when braking, accelerating and turning. Listen to these noises carefully and you should be able to identify the cause. It occurs in forward gears under medium / hard acceleration, its there under low acceleration but very quiet. The tolerance between the axle and hub splines are allowing some movement causing the noise. 1) I hear a clunking/Thump noise when I accelerate or de-accelerate from the front of the vehicle. i read somewhere on this site that. Check on floor-mats dealership said they ordered when I bought the car since none were in stock at the time. The CV joint can cause the axle to collapse when it breaks. Clunk from motor when going slowing down and accelerating + whining noise at 65+mph Submitted by ElectricZo on September 19, 2013 I have been noticing a 'clunk' feeling/noise when transitioning between slowing down and speeding up. within the Drivetrain forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Well, I finally bought a 1998 SS, but got a few questions. Re: HDI rattling heard when accelerating Post by DickieG » Sat Jan 21, 2012 1:10 pm I can't help thinking that the injector noise you describe is perfectly normal, direct injection diesel engines do produce a rattle when power is applied due to additional fuel being injected and are noisier when cold due to lower thermal efficiency in the. My 96 dodge ram 1500 makes a sorta loud and really annoying clicking sound when ever i accelerate.