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Search: Subaru Noise When Accelerating. The ticking noise you’re describing could be simply coming from your injectors if it is quiet and rhythmic which wouldn’t indicate a problem This is a metal braided cable that serves as a link between the gas pedal and your engine throttle plate There is a thumping noise under the car that sounds like someone is hammering Recently the
That solved the noise for me 40,000 miles ago, and have not heard it since. This should work for most individuals, and 20 minutes and $10 is a lot better than a week without a car, and $1500 for a new rear differential. Unless your differential is really shot, just try switching oil to a nice synthetic. B.
A defective wheel bearing can be the cause of hummingnoise in your Subaru Forester. The most common sign of bad wheel bearing is grinding or hummingnoise in the cabin from the direction of the affected wheel. Sometimes other symptoms may also appear, a knocking noise when cornering, and vibrations in the steering wheel or the whole body.
The top Subaru Outback problems in the 2006 model include the check engine light flashing, the car jerking in slick conditions, and the rear wheels overcompensating while driving on slick ice. The typical repair cost for the check engine light is around $120 and occurs at around 100,000 miles, with the most common solution.