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I always hear a strange loud noise when i try to accelerate( press the gas) my car. I want to my mechanic to check the belt and he told me that is not belt issue. So what cause that strange loud noise everytime I try to accelerate the car. pls help me because am so worried email add: lolaok@hotmail.com

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Try to describe the sound as well as you can. Could it be an exhaust leak?

Posted on Jan 03, 2018

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SOURCE: my car does not accelerate like it sould. the rpm

If stickshift, you need a new clutch. If automatic, you need a trans rebuild.

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SOURCE: My hyundai is making a rattling noise

that sounds like what we call "spark knock" that occurs when u accellerate quickly, but yes it will go away in a few seconds when the computer detects this condition. with the economy the way it is it will be more expensive, but try running higher octane gasoline in it, should cure this condition. hope that helped you!!

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SOURCE: hyundai elantra 2006 when i accelerate i hear a

Check the exhaust for a loose shield. Sometimes the sheilds on the exhaust systems break at the spot welds, causing it to rattle.

Posted on Feb 08, 2010

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SOURCE: the mechanic changes the water

I should think he needs to take it apart and fine out what it is.

Posted on Dec 18, 2010

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