I hear the engine air sucking but this noise is a different tone. I was also told, it might be the radiator tank rattling around. Sure, we get that things pop up. I know nothing about cars so I am not very good at communicating what is occurring. Free: African ambiences (58 mins) + full SFX library with ANY purchase. They tear and the rattle like you wouldn't believe. The noise usually occurs when going slower (0-30), making a turn, accelerating, breaking etc tends to bring it out. Another possible reason for muffler noise is, there can be issues in parts which are not directly connected to the muffler. Hello, I have a 96 GMC yukon with 160k miles and I hear a rattling sound whenever I go uphill or accellerate quickly (i. It seems like it occurs at a certain exhaust note pitch and it seems to be coming from the dash area but it is hard to localize. I suspect from prior experience that it is the radiator fan shroud touching the radiator fan blades. I have a 2010 Chevy truck. Rattle sound when accelerating Having a little problem that my mechanic cannot seem to figure out. I thought it was a heat shield for a while. If I accelerate hard I don't hear it, after I get past that 22mph the noise goes away. Thanks Guys, Phil. When I first start the car and drive and and start accelerating moving up in speed and the car moves from gear to gear I hear a "metal to metal sound" as my speed increases. The Ayatollah Buggeri. 2006 Honda Odyssey acceleration noise rattling sound. Pre-detonation or 'ping' is the rattle you hear and it can destroy an engine. 1) When I turn on my car, I hear a rattle/buzz sound for about 10 seconds sounds like its coming from the dash from my passenger side, then the rattle/buzz goes away. It start at around 3000 rpm. The disk brake pads rest against the rotors at all times. This noise is caused by an air/fuel mixture in the engine cylinder being ignited prematurely by the heat of compression as the piston is moving up on the compression stroke. Engine rattle noise with hard acceleration. Re: Grinding noise when accelerating Post by mpstick » Wed Mar 27, 2013 6:00 pm stopped by freedom ford and it was confirmed that it was the catalyst converter and it is covered by the extended emissions warranty ,yaahoo! they're in the process of waiting for parts and they'll give me a call when received. I can hear the reflection of the sound when I'm next to something like a guard rail a lot louder. It is loud when I accelerate and calms down when I hit a steady speed. It is neither one. My car makes a "rattling" or "sound like metal banging" only when it hits a bump, or goes on rough roads. The car has approximately 85,000 miles. Most people call this a pinging or rattling sound. When you are accelerating the car, the exhaust pipe gets in contact with these items. & made appt to get inspected. If my window is down - it is pretty loud - sounds like a marble getting shook in a can or something. Regardless of the fault, you must identify and correct the problem quickly -- otherwise your problem will get worse. What I can confirm is there's no exhaust leaks, the u-joints are all nice and tight, and there's no sign of leaks on the transfer case. I don't know if they all do or not as this is the first gixxer I've owned, so it might be totally normal. When cruising around town and light on the gas, I cant hear the metal rattle but whenever you get on it or there is a decent load on the engine the rattling noise is pretty loud. Sometimes this type of noise may sound louder under acceleration,. The sound is like metal "rattling" sound. When I let off the gas, the noise stops. Metallic rattling/grinding sound while accelerating? 09 'X Auto I've been noticing that when I accelerate (from a stop or while moving) that the car occasionally makes a squeaky rattling sound for a second or two. It does not do it when it starts, idles. It doesn't get better nor worse when riding on rough roads or RR tracks. We checked the breaks, they are fine. Hi, I have a 2018 model x 75D with 10k miles on it. If the loose piece of an old drive belt is slapping around the engine at high speed, it can sound like an engine rattle. This sound is not there when the car is turned on an off without cooling. When you accelerate you hear this very annoying rattle/vibration noise that doesn't go away. The vibration can lead to loose hardware, possibly in the compressor's mounts or elsewhere. 2013 Chevy Cruze. The rattle only exists when there's light to medium throttle at 1750 rpms to 2400 rpms max and disappear if higher or lower than this. I bought a 2004 corolla CE yesterday and It has some noises that concern me. Engine rattle noise with hard acceleration. When you hear an annoying sound such as grinding, rubbing, squealing, or metal scraping sound while driving and applying the brakes, then you may have a problem. I tried revving in neutral and didnt hear the sound. environment in the form of nitrogen oxide (NOx) and raw, unburned hydrocarbons (HCs) Daniel Dillon has twenty-two years of experience as a licensed Smog. My car has made a sound like this since new. It is a 'rattly sound' but not anything 'loose' it is directly related to pushing on the accelerator and I sometimes feel a slight loss of power. 3L Vortec V8 to replace the knock sensors. It sounds as if it is coming from directly underneath the front row of seats and it's just really a rough noise. Think I have the same on mine, if it's a slightly higher pitched but light rattle noise (best way I can describe it) from about 1,00 to 2,500 RPM. Right after the muffler where it does its dance around the driveshaft I have small clanking from the hanger. Diagnose Underhood Engine Noises Is it a death rattle or just a bad alternator bearing you need to replace? the engine is up to temperature and the metal parts have expanded. Slightly mechanical, slightly echoey and you just can't put your finger on it. Firstly, there is no rattle on idle, or when you rev the bike. Metallic rattling sound when accelerate, particularly between 1000-2500rpm, usually happens when I try to accelerate. This started last week as very intermittent and now is very regular. car is s85 rwd 2014. The rattling sound is temporary and goes away when I reach 30 - 40 mph. I had my VWR 600 Intake installed before I took delivery so I don't know if that's the culprit. I have a 08 cobalt LS with 90k kms. (1) If it sounds like a metallic rattling noise originating underneath the vehicle, it could be from a loose exhaust heat shield. Place a tiny bit of water on them and see if the noise temporarily subsides. It has been very cold in Los Angeles and I thought the weather had an affect on contraction and expansion of metals. i cant seem to identify where sound is coming from, it doesn't seem muffled like valve sounds might be. Once my speed gets below 60 mph the noise is gone. What damage happened?. Its inline-6 is almost identical to your 1996 S320. Took into the dealership for service because of rough idling, loss of acceleration and a whining noise when accelerating. I've got a ridiculous rattle created from the engine vibrating when I slowly accelerate between 20-40mph. Also it's not just under acceleration, if I hold at the rpm that makes it rattle it will keep on rattling forever. I driving an 06 with 80k miles. There is a distinct metal-on-metal rattling when accelerating from first. Rattle sound when accelerating Having a little problem that my mechanic cannot seem to figure out. Think I have the same on mine, if it's a slightly higher pitched but light rattle noise (best way I can describe it) from about 1,00 to 2,500 RPM. Like many of you I too had a sound in my engine bay that was unique and giving me concern that I had a fault somewhere in my car. when starting the engine) and (b) when going over bumps. 2018 Ford F 150 5 0l Coyote Engine Rattle Noise On Deceleration New Ford Tsb 18 2354 Fix - 2018 Ford F 150 5 0l Coyote Engine Rattle Noise On Deceleration New Ford Tsb 18 2354 Fix. There is also a metal elbow section before it joins the intercooler that is prone to corrosion. If you hear a pinging or rattling sound when accelerating, low-octane fuel could be the cause. car starts and drives fine, I can even rev it up and all fine in park but the moment i switch it to neutral or drive (no gas or with gas), this loud ticking sound goes off and its driving me crazy!! any idea what would cause this?. Don’t Let the Sound of Knocking Water Heater Haunt Your Home. To describe it correctly, i would say its like a metal rattling combined with an air whistle. My car has been making a weird almost-rattling noise when I'm going 45-50 mph. The welds broke off. Its inline-6 is almost identical to your 1996 S320. Stuck accelerator. Worn or otherwise compromised drive belts are a common cause of noises when accelerating. That is my first task in assessing things, but in the off chance that it isn't the chain, I was windering if anyone out there has had a similar sound. Over many miles, as the belt starts to wear and degrade, it may fall apart. Pressure and oil levels are all normal. I have a 96 Ford E250 with about 160,000 miles on it. but it only happens when the clutch is disengaged i. It is very annoying. Noise 44: the persistance of what I can only describe as a "mystery rattle" noise coming from somewhere in the front end of the motorcycle at speeds beween 30-50 mph. So the obvious solution is to drive in the "correct" gear?? :clap2: The problem is that (in this example) 2nd gear feels wrong - feels too strong. eu/wp-content. This grinding metal noise coming from the back of the car and decided to drive back home on the way back heard a similar noise coming from the front. Started after I put around 300 miles on the car. More specifically, it sounds like it's coming around the area where the EGR valve is, but I can't be sure. It's coming from under the cab and it's just very random. I'm so glad I found this thread. I determined the noise stopped immediately in 4 wheel drive then started again in two wheel drive when accelerating or pulling any hill. With an exhaust leak, the muffling of the noise is cut short, making the noise louder. It seems like it occurs at a certain exhaust note pitch and it seems to be coming from the dash area but it is hard to localize. And that's what creates this rattling noise. I just completed a VacExtractor oil change on my baby and noticed a very distinct rattling sound coming from the engine. clearance around this plug is very small to non existent. Anyone getting a metal rattle sound when accelerating quickly? 09-02-2015 10:32 AM #1 I had my VWR 600 Intake installed before I took delivery so I don't know if that's the culprit. Funky metal on metal sound when accelerating. The vibration can lead to loose hardware, possibly in the compressor's mounts or elsewhere. loose nut washer hitting sound. The noise does not really sound like any rattle from any heat shield or anything like that. When metal rubs against metal, it quickly damages the disk brake rotors. The sound is very hard to describe, it's definitely a metallic sound though. The noise seemed to come from the middle of the dash in back of the lcd screen. Rattle/CEL Due to Cracked Welds on Catalytic Converter Heat Shield Problem Description Welds on the catalytic converter heat shield can corrode causing a rattle during acceleration and possibly causing Check Engine Light illumination. Mid-March 2015 – At 23500 miles an annoying random rattling noise when accelerating began to happen. Update the rattle has steadily got worse in fact it is quite embarrassing now. HELP! It sounds like it could be either a)a worn out propshaft center bearing or guibo OR b) a bent heatshield. Also under adjusted handbrake, the adjuster can hit on the tail shaft. This noise is more noticeable on acceleration because the engine is working harder, making the noise louder. If it's a loud knock like someone hitting a hammer against steel it is most likely a rod knocking. I recommend you wrap the metal tabs and just under the panel's lip in nylon flock tape to deaden the sound. This 150 “taps per minute” rattle is a ‘solid’ rattle like a hammer hitting solid metal (but muted by the engine bay sound insulation) so I do not think it is pinking which is a more high pitched tinkling sound. Thanks Guys, Phil. I took a four plastic caps of some 2 gallon jugs and placed them under the springs to eliminate the metal to metal contact. The noise sounds like it’s coming from. I thought it was a heat shield for a while. The noise sounds like a bad CV joint in a front wheel drive car, sort of a binding, popping, clunking noise. Metallic rattling/grinding sound while accelerating? 09 'X Auto I've been noticing that when I accelerate (from a stop or while moving) that the car occasionally makes a squeaky rattling sound for a second or two. Autobytel Car of the Year. It stops around 4k - 5k rpm, maybe even less. Sometimes, metal pipes around the muffler can already be damaged. I'll post a reply if I figure it out. 2007 Odyessey - metallic rattle/grinding noise while accelerating to 20mph? 2007 Odyessey with 67k miles and regularly maintained. I can't tell exactly where its coming from but I think its in the front end and its like a scraping/grinding sound that happens when I'm accelerating. Whenever I started my car and accelerated, I could hear a scraping noise resonating from inside the engine. No off-sounds or noises. Once I am driving at a constant speed, the noise goes away. Not sure if that helps. Does this sound like a loose heat sheild, or something else? Please help. Like I'm driving a manual transmission that is in a higher gear instead of a lower gear, example tranny is in 5th but should be in 3rd, then it makes a rattling noise. Sound as if something is loose, I have inspected the muffler, other areas. I think its a 1999 reg, it started making a quiet rattling noise starting about 2 or 3 weeks ago, then it got gradually louder and ended up as a nasty grinding kind of sound. My car makes a "rattling" or "sound like metal banging" only when it hits a bump, or goes on rough roads. Every time you move it does this rattle, even at higher speeds. 87k on the clock and full service history, recently MOT'd with no advisories. It sounds like a heat shield rattling making a fluttering sound but only under acceleration. The speed of these pulleys escalates with the engine speed. The TTS I test drove had exactly the same noise as the Mrs commented on it at the time. I had a weird "tin can rattling" noise under moderate to heavy acceleration, and found out it was a pretty common issue. For about a year now it's been making a metal rattling noise when accelerating between 1500 to 2400 rpm. The noise does not happen at any higher speeds that I can tell. I stopped and checked oil level: almost none. If I get under the truck and bang my fist on the cat you can hear it make the same rattling noise(you can distinctly hear it is in the cat). Sounds like it is in the front. I had the heads redone about 5K miles ago and no carbon on the pistons. anyone have encounter this and know how to fix?. The sound turned loud then went away, then you would hear it again but not as loud. Just noticed that there is a metallic rattling or grinding noise coming from the front end while accelerating between 15-25 MPH. The sound appears to be some sort of metallic vibration rattling noise coming from somewhere under the front bonnet of my car, and it tends to sound when the car is idling or travelling at low speeds (approximately 20mph or less). Your explanation says its an engine noise, but then you talk about reverse sound which has more to do with meshing of gears and not related to engine noise. If I leave it like that the engine starts vibrating badly, I have to accelerate it briefly for it to go back to normal. I crawled underneath and moved the drive shaft between transfer case and front end and when i move it i hear a noise in transfer case. marbles in a tin can noise when accelerating (m) Hey all, I've noticed a new one (noise) lately. I know it's difficult to discern such a common and ambiguous issue with just words, but maybe someone has dealt with a similar issue and found a solution. I don't think it is the stepper motor because there is no popping while driving in circles. Firstly, there is no rattle on idle, or when you rev the bike. Also while drive heat radiates from areas in my car such as the parking brake and the clutch. I can send you pictures if you don't know what I'm talking about. Want to save money on sound effects? Here’s what’s on sale right now. The only other possibility is it might be the oil dipstick rattling in the tube. It mainly happens when i start from a complete stop and even sometimes when i press the accelerator while cruising. The high pitched noise is almost certainly coming from your brakes. Rattling Noise A rattling noise just started the other day and only happens on an acceleration from a stop. I have an 01 Ford Escape, and recently whenever i turn the suv on after having it on for a few hours, i hear a rattling sound (kind of like something is shaking) which lasts for about 15 seconds. I took the Acadia to the dealer yesterday and was told this is a problem that is in all of the V6 motors and was taken for a ride in a Buick enclave and it did have the same problem. I had read about this before but hadn't been experiencing the sound until I changed the oil. Keeping a steady 120km/h, it almost becomes an harmonic sound that comes and goes. Don't be so dim, it's a seperate noise, totally unrelated to the likely source of the noise, it's perfectly normal for the engine to rattle more than usual at idle with the clutch up, the input shaft and all the gears attached to it are turning with the gearbox in neutral - in fact I'd be worried if. When car's engine warms up, this annoying rattle sound goes away. What damage happened?. Seems to come from the left side of the car. It sounds like it is coming from underneath the car towards the front. Oil has been changed regularly. 2 TSI DSG - Random knocking noise when accelerating - bolt : Has it got a knock sensor on it, pinking is what it sounds like from your discription, is usually controlled by the ecu,. I began to notice this rattling noise in January and ever since still hear the noise. Starting just a couple of days ago I intermittently hear a clatter or rattle when accelerating with the engine at operating temperature. These noises are usually a clue that something underneath the vehicle has become loose or damaged and is moving around excessively and making contact with other underbody components. I have a 2010 Chevy truck. I bought a 2004 corolla CE yesterday and It has some noises that concern me. I have read about similar problems, but my issue with a metal sounding rattling/clicking noise only occurs when i am accelerating uphill at around 40-50 mph. During the winter where the temp drops below 15 C, the noise goes away. This noise goes away as soon as it accelerates past 1000rpm. The engine is quite noisy at times, and when accelerating through the approx. 2006 Honda Odyssey acceleration noise rattling sound. I am hearing a metal to metal clicking noise when I accelerate. loose nut washer hitting sound. It only happens in first gear seems like when I can hear it the most and when Im just cruising down the street at a steady pace I dont hear it. VERY irritating high-pitched rattle (sounds like metal rattling against metal, but am not 100%) appears to come from n/s front of the car (Ford Fiesta 1. Learn more about 7 common car noises you should never ignore, discover what each type of noise could be, and find out how you should approach getting it repaired. Only makes itself known when the gas pedal is used. I was out towing with the subruban last night, everything went great. It's hard to tell where the noise is coming from, but I would guess either engine, transmission, or exhaust. It sounds like a rattle, but repetitive rather than just something loose. My car has been making a weird almost-rattling noise when I'm going 45-50 mph. Free: African ambiences (58 mins) + full SFX library with ANY purchase. Hi, there a couple of things that can cause this rattling type noise on acceleration the most common was the serpentine drive belt tensioner there was a service bulletin to address this. The noise sounds like it’s coming from. it sounds almost like a large coke can with BB's in it being shook around rapidly. When you start the car, you can hear, coming from the driver side under the hood, a weird rattling sound. The exhaust is clamped together there. The noise gets lauder as it goes to higher RPM. Every time you move it does this rattle, even at higher speeds. 1) When I turn on my car, I hear a rattle/buzz sound for about 10 seconds sounds like its coming from the dash from my passenger side, then the rattle/buzz goes away. The noise gets a lot louder when the acceleration pedal is pressed. car is s85 rwd 2014. 1974 GMC Flexible Bus, Rattling Idle, Air Release, Acceleration to Out, Dista 0:41 Antique Vehicle, Pass By, Medium speed, Hollow Metallic Rattling, Light Engin. The speaker will not fix this rattle. If I leave it like that the engine starts vibrating badly, I have to accelerate it briefly for it to go back to normal. Sorry to revive this thread. During low acceleration in 1st gear, my car makes this metal grinding/rattling noise coming from the front of the car. The noise does not happen at any higher speeds that I can tell. Squealing When Accelerating. Took it dealership and it was the heater box. It seems to happen more after the truck has warmed up? The noise doesnt seem to come from the engine compartment but more from underneath the truck, like the exha. Thus, member RI04F150 headed there when his F-150 started making a strange noise. The rattle is just as you accelerate lightly. Think I have the same on mine, if it's a slightly higher pitched but light rattle noise (best way I can describe it) from about 1,00 to 2,500 RPM. I don't know if they all do or not as this is the first gixxer I've owned, so it might be totally normal. "When cruising around 1500-2000 RPMs at about 40-50 MPH and also when accelerating from a cruising speed theres a sort of rattle\tapping noise that comes from the front. I can rev the engine in park or neutral and cannot hear the rattling. It didn't really start happening until the beginning of this winter. It's not doing it on idle or with throttle while in park. Re: Grinding noise when accelerating Post by mpstick » Wed Mar 27, 2013 6:00 pm stopped by freedom ford and it was confirmed that it was the catalyst converter and it is covered by the extended emissions warranty ,yaahoo! they're in the process of waiting for parts and they'll give me a call when received. It did however do it on saturday when it was 80 degrees out, and it appears so far to mainly happen when its hot out and/or the jeep has been working hard; that mixed with the frequency of the motor when accelerating. It doesn't make the noise at any other time or condition, not when I'm going much faster or on the highway, not when I'm accelerating (fast or slow), not when I'm de-accelerating, not when I'm braking. I have just purchased a 2012 Acadia LT1 and am having a problem with a rattle when I accelerate from a stop. Don’t Let the Sound of Knocking Water Heater Haunt Your Home. When I accelerate, something in the underbelly of the car rattles until I reach about 25mph (ish), It only happens with my foot on the gas. Can you guess on the location of the rattle? Front, rear, undercarriage? I have a 2016 unlimited and I get a slight rattle when accelerating coming from my exhaust. THIS ONLY HAPPENS WHEN IM ACCELERATING. Sound is coming from the passenger side somewhere under the hood. Accelerate the car to speeds at which the whining noise is the loudest, switch to neutral gear and kill the engine. Engine Piston Noises; Hose Noises; Noises from Belts & Pulleys; Under The Car. Rattling Noise A rattling noise just started the other day and only happens on an acceleration from a stop. If I change gear a little to early and rev up to 2/3k RPM I will hear the rattle around the 1200 to 2500RPM range. Its a rattling or ticking sound I sometimes get when accelerating. There are a lot of metal to metal contact points on the Nitro's brakes. When I press the gas to accelerate or go uphill, I hear a rattling sound coming from the front of the car. Depending on the make and model of your vehicle, heat shields are located in the exhaust manifold, in the exhaust piping underneath, underneath the gas tank, and in the rear end near the muffler. Sorry I don't know how to explain it. This could be a poorly secured heat shield, a loose muffler, broken hangers or ill fitting pipe gaskets. Above idle (even just a couple hundred rpm) and the increased frequency of power pulses outpaces the speed at which the components couple/de-couple, therefore no rattle whatsoever. Slightly mechanical, slightly echoey and you just can't put your finger on it. If you're lucky it could be a bent deck hitting your blade, which can be easily fixed. V, 00-02) - under where the front seat passenger's foot would be, basically - which starts when the car accelerates through 50-55mph. environment in the form of nitrogen oxide (NOx) and raw, unburned hydrocarbons (HCs) Daniel Dillon has twenty-two years of experience as a licensed Smog. During acceleration a "metal to metal" sound not like a clicking noise, rather like two metal sheets vibrating over each other in a consistent frequency that varied depending on car speed. Typically starts between 20-25mph. I switched to 91 and the noise stopped. Once I am driving at a constant speed, the noise goes away. Bmw e36 rattling noise on acceleration. I determined the noise stopped immediately in 4 wheel drive then started again in two wheel drive when accelerating or pulling any hill. On the exhaust system, heat shields prevent hot exhaust temperatures from affecting nearby parts. Metal to metal rattle/ grinding rubbing noise. I recently had an exhaust flex pipe installed to correct a different type of rattling+drone noise occurring during acceleration. com, as they will show you the locations of all the stuff you can check. but wasnt sure so thought i would ask to see if any one else has a clue. Regardless of whether I'm accelerating hard or just moseying on up the road, starting at right around 30 mph I start to hear what sounds like some sort of mechanically-induced. The noise is commonly caused by faulty rear sway bar end links. Accelerate the car to speeds at which the whining noise is the loudest, switch to neutral gear and kill the engine. The noise, which was a kind of clicking/creaking sound was coming from the metal panel which is attached to the lowest part of the dash (the 'apron' at your knees), and covers the steering column. They took the bike in, disassembled the primary and did not find anything wrong. pedal to the floor, seemed to be more prevalent in the 2nd to 3rd shifts but had it. For all new purchases go to the new Sounddogs. com - Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X Forums EvoXForums. Weird grinding/rattling noise during 1st gear Hey, just thought I'd ask about this in case anyone had the same problem. Rattling Noise While Accelerating 11 Answers I hear a slight metallic rattling noise coming from the front of my car when I accelerate. & made appt to get inspected. The welds broke off. I could have sworn it was the heat sheild for the exhaust, but I brought it to a local shop real quick and it all checked out. But there are some car noises you don't want to hear, because they can signal trouble. Not sure if that helps. It sounds like a muted rattle, but I cannot locate exactly where its coming from, because it only appears under load (when the car is starting to move). This is my first HEMI, so I wasn't sure if it was a normal "HEMI" sound. Starting just a couple of days ago I intermittently hear a clatter or rattle when accelerating with the engine at operating temperature. 4 https://blog. I don't know if they all do or not as this is the first gixxer I've owned, so it might be totally normal. Again, high octane gas is the best test. My last car had this, and my mechanic removed some cover that had come loose. Hi from SA as well. Lately, the wheel rattle is worse. I have same problem on my brand new 2013 Focus, it makes a loud metal on metal or rattle noise while accelerating from stop and specially when going uphill or making a left turn from stop. Rattling sound coming from exhaust under 2000rpm when accelerating (not in 1st gear) and I rock the car it makes like dry metal squeezing noise. Located near the flexible exhaust connector. I've checked that, and I currently have no jack or tools in the car. I was told it might be the heat shield on the exhaust manifold on the passenger side. It is not heard at any other time. Some customers may comment on a rattle-type noise coming from the engine at approximately 1800 to 2200 RPMs. Could it possible be the exhaust under the car rattling because it is possibly loose? Or is a leak maybe? Any help would be greatly appreciated. environment in the form of nitrogen oxide (NOx) and raw, unburned hydrocarbons (HCs) Daniel Dillon has twenty-two years of experience as a licensed Smog. Regardless of whether I'm accelerating hard or just moseying on up the road, starting at right around 30 mph I start to hear what sounds like some sort of mechanically-induced. It sounds like a heat shield rattling making a fluttering sound but only under acceleration. Whether it's engine knocking when accelerating or some kind of spark knock or just a general engine noise, some are more serious than others, but there's one thing that's true of them all: it's never good to leave it alone. Re: Metal rattling noise coming from under the gear stick This could be any of the bushings, the snap ring, or the reverse lockout cable. When I accelerate, something in the underbelly of the car rattles until I reach about 25mph (ish), It only happens with my foot on the gas. https://blog. It stops around 4k - 5k rpm, maybe even less. I have the same problem on my Superb TDI 2. 2007 Odyessey - metallic rattle/grinding noise while accelerating to 20mph? 2007 Odyessey with 67k miles and regularly maintained. When the the clutch is pressed while rattling, the rattle disappears, when clutch is released it returns. I know nothing about cars so I am not very good at communicating what is occurring. The sound disappears after reaching 35/40 mph. We checked the breaks, they are fine. whenever i enter the parking garage where my baby sleeps and i'm slowly accelerating I'll hear a kind of metallic rattling sound coming from somewhere in the front of my truck, like the engine bay. When reconected, the rattle was. No codes on the computer. "Pinging" is the metallic rattling sound an engine can make when accelerating. The noise seemed to come from the middle of the dash in back of the lcd screen. The vibration can lead to loose hardware, possibly in the compressor's mounts or elsewhere. Recently I've been having a loud metal rattling noise coming out from under the hood while driving. I was getting a rattle when accelerating from my EX-L 2. Noise 44: the persistance of what I can only describe as a "mystery rattle" noise coming from somewhere in the front end of the motorcycle at speeds beween 30-50 mph. see the plastic thing. getting on to the highway). On the exhaust system, heat shields prevent hot exhaust temperatures from affecting nearby parts. Every time you move it does this rattle, even at higher speeds. Whenever I started my car and accelerated, I could hear a scraping noise resonating from inside the engine. Well when I am accelerating, and I hit about 30 or so and am revving around 2500-3000 RPM's I get this terrible noise! I can explain it a few different ways, it sounds like a gargle sound thats coming from metal.