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Approaching And Receding - No Artist - Motor Car Noises (Shellac)

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  1. Mazujar says:
    Engines are a lot like the human body, which is a pretty noisy thing if you listen closely enough. A gurgling sound coming from under the hood could indicate a lot of things from the mundane to the very serious. Odds are good though that it's nothing to lose sleep over or a simple fix.
  2. Bagor says:
    This can cause a rattling noise under the vehicle. The exhaust noise may also be louder than normal, and appear to be coming from under the car instead of the tailpipe at the rear. If the exhaust system is loose, it can also bang against the underside of your vehicle when you hit a bump.
  3. Mikagal says:
    Jul 15,  · Clunking car noises usually indicate that something is loose or worn out, either in your vehicle’s drive train or its suspension system. If you hear a clunk when going over a speed bump or hitting a pothole — and if that clunk is accompanied by a more metallic sound — that usually points to a suspension issue, which could mean a bushing.
  4. Tet says:
    Unexpected car noises can mean a lot of different things. Some of them may be relatively benign, while others may require more costly repairs. Just like your body will let you know when you’re sick, your car has ways of letting you know that something isn’t quite right.
  5. Shakat says:
    Sep 10,  · Or: Car manufacturers should hire composers to develop new car sounds. We’ve been hearing the same boring noises for like years and they kind of suck. What I’m saying is, get Brian Eno to produce the next Ford Focus. Seriously, let’s get Kid Rock to alter a Fiat so it roars with loud, comfortably uncritical patriotism.
  6. Vizil says:
    Jan 26,  · Water pump noises are very difficult to diagnose, because the water pump is generally buried deep in the motor, and the noise will resonate through the engine making it difficult to identify. The water pump on your engine is a thick metal casting containing a pulley, pump fins (a palm-sized propeller to push the water along), and a bearing set.
  7. Meztim says:
    Our Car Talk Car Noise Emporium can help. Play through the entire assortment of nearly four dozen car noises from "nya, nya, ohm, ohm, nya, nya" right on through to "who, whu, wuuu, wuuu" or, if you've got a particular noise in mind, just click on the appropriate part, hear the .
  8. Kajilkree says:
    Oct 11,  · A perfectly-tuned, well-maintained car has a very distinct sound. It has an almost melodic hum that is quite literally pleasant to the ears. For the responsible car owner, the very first sign that there may be a problem with the car is not necessarily the visible cues but rather any change in .

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