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+ KNOW YOUR VEHICLE SOUNDS

Help Troubleshoot Your Vehicle With This Vehicle Sounds Chart

  • Boom: Rhythms sound like a drum roll or distant thunder. May cause pressure on ear drum.
  • Buzz: Low pitched sound, something like a bee. Usually associated with vibrations.
  • Chatter: Rapidly repeating metallic sound.
  • Chuckle: Rapid noise that sounds like a stick against spokes of a spinning bicycle wheel.
  • Chirp: High-pitched rapidly repeating sound like chirping birds.
  • Click: Light sound like a ball point pen being clicked.
  • Clunk/Thump: Heavy metal-to-metal sound, like a hammer striking steel.
  • Grind: Abrasive sound, like a grinding wheel or sandpaper rubbing against wood.
  • Groan/Moan: Continuous, low-pitched humming sound.
  • Growl/Howl: Low, guttural sound like an angry dog.
  • Hiss: Continuous sound like air escaping from a balloon.
  • Hum: Continuous sound of varying frequencies like a humming in the wind.
  • Knock: heavy, loud, repeating sound like a knock on the door.
  • Ping: Similar to knock except at a higher frequency.
  • Rattle: A sound suggesting looseness, such as marbles rolling around in a can.
  • Roar: Deep, long, prolonged sound like an animal or winds and ocean waves.
  • Rumble: Low, heavy continuous sound like that made by wagons or thunder.
  • Squeak: High-pitched sound like rubbing a clean window.
  • Squeal: Continuous, high pitched sound like running finger nails across a chalkboard.
  • Tap: Light, hammering sound like tapping pencil on the edge of a table. May be rhythmic or intermittent.
  • Whir/Whine: high-pitched buzzing sound like an electric motor or drill.
  • Whistle: Sharp, shrill sound like wind passing through a small opening

Posted on: June 20, 2012