Now that the sub is installed you can hear it clear as day because it gets played through the sub. These are real organic engine sounds that are processed and transmitted through the vehicles speaker system. The noise is reported by owners to be present under most driving conditions which includes, idling, under acceleration and when coasting with the foot off the accelerator pedal.eval(ez_write_tag([[336,280],'4wheeldriveguide_com-large-mobile-banner-1','ezslot_13',120,'0','0'])); When you have this phenomenon when the rattling happens under all driving conditions and even idle, you can narrow it down to a component that is always functioning/rotating/moving from the moment the engine is switches on. Are 33-Inch Tires the same as 285’s (Metric Vs MM), Can You Fit 33 Inch Tires on a Triton (FITMENT GUIDE).
If you are 100% certain it’s not the diff then your next possible culprit could be the half shafts. When we refer traffic and it results in business sales as a result of it, we are compensated by these companies. My 4.0 does a similar "rattle" or "pinging" noise, my truck has the clatter clack when i try to accelerate to hard at too low of an rpm. Worst-case scenario is possibly a bad bearing. So what could the cause be of these strange sounds? Ive got a 04 B3000 work/glass truck with about 158K miles on it. Thread starter KY-B3000; Start date Apr 1, 2010; KY-B3000 New member.
Does the radio or sound system have to be ON or does it work (if it exists) like a chime?? These weird noises can be so irritating and almost impossible to trace on your own. that you read. When one or more bolts around the manifold are broken, it creates a gap which allows the exhaust gasses to seep out around there. Some owners mentioned the problem is usually noticeable after starting but disappears after driving for a few minutes. In order to fit 33” tires to […], link to Are 33-Inch Tires the same as 285’s (Metric Vs MM), link to Can You Fit 33 Inch Tires on a Triton (FITMENT GUIDE), Ford Ranger Humming/Whining Noise When Accelerating, Ford Ranger Ticking Noise during Acceleration, Ford Ranger Rattling Noise during Acceleration. Possible culpritseval(ez_write_tag([[336,280],'4wheeldriveguide_com-large-leaderboard-2','ezslot_11',118,'0','0'])); A leak in the exhaust manifold gasket can result in a ticking noise similar to a musician’s metronome. When the polymer material wears off, the chains get loose and began to rattle. Could it be spark knock aka detonation?? Speeds between 100-120km/h are when the symptoms are most noticeable, especially when there is a change in load on the engine. Just like ‘Autotune’ enhances the voice of a singer by using clever electronic sound manipulation techniques, so do these active sound enhancers enrich the sounds of the engines. The 4WheelDriveGuide domain is an affiliate program participant with Amazon and some other sites. Personally, I prefer listening to the original engine sounds, however it sounds. Not sure I would prefer hearing the 4 cylinder unless the turbo and blowoff valve could actually be heard like my Mazdaspeed Miata. eval(ez_write_tag([[728,90],'4wheeldriveguide_com-medrectangle-3','ezslot_6',129,'0','0']));There is nothing more frustrating and annoying than your vehicle emitting strange noises, and you just can’t find the source or self-diagnose the problem.