Weird metal sound when accelerating from 0 MPH (with recording)

It could be anything… bad motor mount, loose exhaust pipe, rough running engine, transmission mount, etc. Bad gas will make an engine run rough and this can cause all kinds of vibration which can be converted to audible sounds throughout the vehicle.

Why is my car making a metal scraping sound when I accelerate?

If you notice your car making a grinding sound when it accelerates, your issue is likely to do with your transmission, a problem with your differential, a bad wheel bearing, a damaged CV joint, or a worn engine/motor mount.

Why does it sound like metal on metal when I drive?

Possible Causes. Metal on metal contact between one or more parts of your vehicle’s suspension and/or steering systems is likely to blame. Causes may range from worn suspension bushings to broken coil springs to badly worn ball-joints, and more.

Why do I hear a rattling noise when I accelerate?

Rattling noises when accelerating can be caused by low fluid levels in the A/T. Open the hood and check the fluid level. If the car is running low on transmission fluid, refill the reservoir to the proper level. After doing this, start the car and take a short test drive to see if the problem goes away.

Why does my car make a weird sound when I accelerate?

A loud squeaking or squealing noise while accelerating could mean there’s a problem with your engine belt. It could mean the belt’s loose or worn. Or it could mean that one of the belt’s pulleys is starting to fail. A loud rumbling noise when accelerating might suggest there’s a problem with your exhaust system.

Why does my engine sound tinny?

Catalytic Converter Problems

What you’ll hear is a clattering, tinny metal noise when you idle. The catalytic converter is an emissions control component in your exhaust system. Its honeycomb-style core superheats unburned gases in the exhaust before it leaves the tailpipe. But that core isn’t going to last forever.

Why does my wheel sound like metal grinding?

Wheel bearings are situated between the axle and the wheel, and minimize friction, allowing for smooth movement while driving. A grinding noise when turning may mean that the wheel bearing is worn out and should be replaced as soon as possible.

What does a failing transmission sound like?

If the sound resembles humming, buzzing, or clunking, you may be experiencing transmission failure. Bad automatic transmissions may emit humming, buzzing, or whining noises while manual transmissions have harsher “clunking” sounds.