Why does my car make a noise when I turn it off?

Why does my car make a noise when I turn it off?

Why does my car make a noise when I turn it off?

The “pinging” noise you hear is coming from the hot metal cooling under your car. As you drive, the engine and all the parts around it start to heat up and expand. Once you turn the car off, those metals will cool and contract. These tiny bumps produce the “pang” or “ping” you hear coming from your turned-off car.

Why does my car make a whistling noise when I press the gas?

The sound you are hearing is air leaking across a damaged gasket or a warped sealing surface. With the throttle closed, or in deceleration mode, the manifold pressure is very low and if there is a leak anywhere in the induction system that should normally be sealed, you will hear the (very common) whistle.

What is the whirring noise in my car?

Whirring or Whining Whirring and whining noises often vary as the engine runs fast or slow, and they can indicate a number of different problems, including a failing water pump, a bad power steering pump, low power steering fluid, a failing alternator, or problems with the air-conditioning system.