Use your sense of hearing. When you first start driving, always pay close attention to how your car sounds when the engine is turned on, while driving, and while it is in park.
Become familiar with the sounds in your car when everything is operating properly so that you’ll know when things start to sound abnormal.
For instance, creaking or squeaking sounds heard when turning or steering can indicate a variety of issues, ranging from worn-out shocks and ball joints to damaged suspension.
On the other hand, clicking or popping sounds could indicate loose hubcaps or drive belts, worn out or imbalanced tires, or low engine oil. Strange noises during braking could be due to serious brake pad issues, whereas a backfiring noise can be caused by even more unsafe conditions, such as moisture in the fuel system or a malfunctioning air intake valve.
If you hear any of these noises, or any other sounds that are out of place, be sure to take note and describe them to a qualified mechanic who can diagnose the issue.
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