According to most professional engineers, a backfiring situation can be caused by water that finds its way into the combustion system. Some people like having the throaty noise of an exhaust burble; some do not. Please or to join the conversation. As well, more acoustic or sound absorption helps reduce some of the popping. . Service the system when it is cool.
Then, it starts to evaporate and exits the tailpipe as steam. Your problem sounds a bit different than mine was but it also sounds similar. It's usually on one of the exhaust manifolds. A hole, exhaust leak or disconnected exhaust system component don't just cause vibrations, they can also signal the engine is no longer running at optimum performance. My car is just an ordinary Mazda 2.
This article has also been viewed 213,998 times. Although manufacturers for regular checkups or replacement do not schedule the muffler, you should learn how to know when a muffler is broken because it does wear out or break. The exhaust system goes from the engine compartment to the back of the vehicle. What's the cause of this sound? Having the exhaust repaired before it gets too loud offers the most benefit to you. Some cars' exhaust systems will produce an odd burble or bubbling noise.
Anytime you have a miss under load, there's a very high probability of an ignition fault. Please read the other 1000 posts before this one to get your answer. The dealer has said after further diagnostic testing it is the catalytic converter, is this right please. Thnks Let me throw you guys a bone. I've inspected for vacuum leaks with no result. It just came together absolutely perfectly to produce an excellent exhaust note. One spark plug wire on bank 2 of the engine had minor insulation damage.
There are so many more reasons, like rev limiters, anti-lag setups, not enough sound absorption, and so on. I put another can on and muffler tape to try to quiet it but its worse hence the harley. But I hope I was able to shine some more light. In some cases, the backfire will actually reverse direction and pop out of the injection system. When the fuel to air ratio has a higher balance of water grains, the ignition system may fire later than it should.
I've been told several things that could be wrong such as needing a motor mount, replacing the catalytic converter, and it being a potential exhaust leak. The vacuum leak wasn't helping either. As the engine accelerates, the engines harmonics are equally smooth. In most cases, if the belts and pulley's are in good shape, are tight and not the source of this type of noise, the is the most likely candidate. Your exhaust system, if not continuously and securely connected from front to back, can make your car sound loud or if it is not properly attached and held away from your chassis it can make metal to metal clanking as you drive down the road.
However, not all noises are the same; or are caused by similar mechanical component failures. In many cases, if the fuel system is to blame, it's caused by clogged or dirty fuel injectors. The burble is in actual fact a series of lean misfirings caused by this timing which rumble out through the exhaust system. The valve that redirects the exhaust gas is controlled by a bi-metal spring and the valve assembly can wear out over the years and begin to rattle. These may become broken or loose and cause rattling in a muffler.
Or worse than that, you could be badly hurt by a vehicle that suddenly starts to roll while you are on the ground listening for exhaust notes. Loud exhaust Description of this noise: Although a finely tuned-exhaust system is music to most gear heads, the sound of exhaust escaping from the exhaust pipes, manifold or muffler is not something you want to hear. This water from condensation is what causes rust in the muffler, and the rust causes the muffler to develop holes. There are two distinct sources of an engine knock or ticking sound. Good luck getting yours fixed.