Why does my 2007 Nissan Altima sound loud?
Leak in Exhaust Manifold: The exhaust manifold collects exhaust gases from the engine. If there is a leak in the exhaust manifold it can cause the engine to run louder, sputter and run unevenly. It is also possible for leaking exhaust fumes to find their way into the cabin of the car.
Why is my Nissan Altima ticking?
Ticking in the engine compartment happens when your Nissan starts in cold weather. The sound should disappear after a minute or so. However, if it doesn’t then your vehicle may be suffering from lack of oil or other engine problems.
Why is my 2007 Nissan Altima shaking?
Any unusual shaking or vibrating forces coming from the engine is cause for concern. It could be something as simple as old spark plugs producing an uneven power delivery, it could be something serious like worn or broken engine mounts, or it could be even more serious in the case of internal engine damage.
What does it mean when your car shakes when you accelerate?
One reason your car could be shaking with acceleration is that the engine’s mounts are broken. If even one of the motor mounts is broken, this could occur, and puts more stress on the remaining mounts. Replacing broken motor mounts is one way to stop vibration during acceleration.
Does 2007 Nissan Altima have timing belt or chain?
Timing belt or chain: Both the 2.5L 4-cylinder engine and 3.5L V6 have a timing chain; there is no timing belt. The timing chain doesn’t need to be replaced at regular intervals.
How many miles does a 2007 Nissan Altima usually last?
The Nissan Altima can last between 250,000 and 300,000 miles, which equals 15 to 20 years when considering the average driver’s annual mileage. Depending on factors such as maintenance and driving style, it’s not uncommon to find Nissan Altimas lasting over 300,000 miles.
What can cause a tapping noise in an engine?
Your engine may be low on oil or there could be a problem inside the engine causing the low oil pressure. Ticking, tapping, or clicking sounds can also be symptoms of worn valve train components such as lifters or cam followers.
Why is my car shaking when I go over 50 mph?
The most common reason for a car to shake is related to tires. If the tires are out of balance then the steering wheel can shake. This shaking starts at around 50-55 miles per hour (mph). If your steering wheel shakes while you are braking then the problem could be caused by “out of round” brake rotors.