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Feb 20, 2013 · High pitch sound from speakers as I accelerate? So I just hooked up my pioneer deck, hifonics amp, and kenwood 12" sub. My friend did the wiring harness on the deck as I wired everything to the back of the car and battery. If mechanical it could be a loose fitting for the actual driver causing the vibrating rattle etc. If electrical you could have faulty capacitors on the power supply rails in the amp. Check for bulging or leaking capacitors and possibly for any obviously heat stressed components on the pcb. May 02, 2017 · 6 Car Noises to Keep an Ear Out For: 1. You hear a high-pitched squeal when accelerating: If you notice a loud squeal when accelerating, especially if your car is just warming up, it could be that you have a loose or worn fan belt. Usually if your fan belts are worn, it could mean your timing belt needs replaced as well. Check out my other videos: 12 signs your engine is going bad!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6ZrsUKwnq0 5 signs your brake system is failing!! https://www... Feb 20, 2013 · High pitch sound from speakers as I accelerate? So I just hooked up my pioneer deck, hifonics amp, and kenwood 12" sub. My friend did the wiring harness on the deck as I wired everything to the back of the car and battery. Apr 28, 2010 · If it's only coming from the speakers connected to the amp then it's the amp receiving the interference. You may want to try connecting the amp to another circuit in the vehicle that may be... A simple solution can usually fix this engine noise problem. Change the stereo ground location. Most times this can be done and un-done (if it doesn’t help) very easily. Behind the stereo will be anywhere from 10 to maybe 16 wires coming out of the stereo into a wire harness clip. Hi, just recently I've been getting a high pitched whining type noise that seems to mostly be coming from my speakers when my radio is on.. I don't have a stock radio, I'm running an Alpine CDA-105 headunit along with 4 focal access speakers run off of a JL Audio XD/400 amp, and have a jl 12w7 subwoofer run off of a Boston Acoustics GTA 1000m ... As I accelerate, I hear a whistling noise thru my radio speaker… the faster I go, the louder the noise. shadowfax. July 6, 2016, 12:10am #2. You have alternator ... Oct 13, 2017 · Becoming agitated when you first notice you car makes noise when accelerating will not diagnose or solve the problem any sooner than if you remain calm and collected. Choosing to be nonreactive in such a situation allows you to better observe the symptoms, so you can fully describe the issue to your mechanic or troubleshoot on your own. My subwoofer keeps making bass noise at no volume at the head unit, it is sort of clippy. Although when u turn it up it still makes good bass, but i can hear the sub between track changes. The noise is still there when the car is off and louder when on. Sep 11, 2020 · Plug your speakers into the line-out jack to prevent overdriving the speakers. It is possible that either the speakers or the sound card has an internal fault. The best way to isolate this type of problem is to use a different audio source than your sound card uses. This lets you test the speakers. Mar 22, 2016 · It sounds like you have an exhaust leak. An exhaust leak can cause a Check Engine Light. It will give the O2 sensors a false reading. The exhaust runs nearly the length of the car and consists of two catalytic converters, three mufflers and piping. My subwoofer keeps making bass noise at no volume at the head unit, it is sort of clippy. Although when u turn it up it still makes good bass, but i can hear the sub between track changes. The noise is still there when the car is off and louder when on. Oct 31, 2017 · The first is belt noise. This often manifests as a squeaking or squealing noise. This noise most often happens when you first begin to accelerate, and sometimes when turning. Belt noise can mean the belt is worn or loose. Belt noise can also come when one of the pulleys the belt is riding on starts to fail. There's nothing that can more effectively dampen one's enthusiasm for a nice powered subwoofer than a persistent 60-cycle hum -- and since a subwoofer is intended specifically to do a good job of amplifying low-frequency signals, when a sub hums, it can hum very, very loudly. I recently upgraded my subwoofer from a 100w 10" Realistic to an SVS SB13 Ultra, the popping noise was occurring with the old sub and its now occurring with the new sub as well so I know the problem is elsewhere. I somewhat recently moved into a new place and I was getting this same occasional popping sound in my old sub even in my previous place. The noise is "harmonic drone", from your speakers. My 2005 hybrid has this noise, often occurs at 50-ish mph, and the weather is warm. It is caused by the ANC module. Honda had TSB (or recall) for 2005-2007 hybrid to correct the issue. The solution is to replace the ANC module and two front speakers, because the noise is likely to damage the ... Apr 05, 2020 · A popping noise from the subwoofer indicates a power mismatch in the circuit. The popping noise occurs as the amplifier tries to produce more voltage than it can to meet the demands of the subwoofer. This ends up clipping the sound on every cycle. The noise would come thru the speakers, even with the radio off. The sound changed with the engine rpms, I installed a new alt. and added capacitors,filters etc. Finally,I found where the noise from being generated,maybe by accident--while tapping the inside kick panel by the passenger door--the noise stopped when i tapped that area. If your car is older and hasn't been tuned up recently, you may have ignition noise. It's a ticking noise that varies in speed as you accelerate. You may need a tune-up involving resistor-type spark plugs, shielded carbon-core spark plug wires, distributor cap, and coil. Jan 21, 2019 · Thus, member RI04F150 headed there when his F-150 started making a strange noise. “I have been getting a rattling/metal clanging noise when I am accelerating over 45 mph. When I let off the gas, the noise stops. This started last week as very intermittent and now is very regular. Feb 20, 2013 · High pitch sound from speakers as I accelerate? So I just hooked up my pioneer deck, hifonics amp, and kenwood 12" sub. My friend did the wiring harness on the deck as I wired everything to the back of the car and battery. Apr 28, 2010 · If it's only coming from the speakers connected to the amp then it's the amp receiving the interference. You may want to try connecting the amp to another circuit in the vehicle that may be... Check out my other videos: 12 signs your engine is going bad!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6ZrsUKwnq0 5 signs your brake system is failing!! https://www... Apr 07, 2011 · Either you have a bad/lose ground wire from amp body/frame or you could have bad/lose pastive wire, or not running the right size power wire. The other prob. could be your altanater isn't giving... Feb 20, 2013 · High pitch sound from speakers as I accelerate? So I just hooked up my pioneer deck, hifonics amp, and kenwood 12" sub. My friend did the wiring harness on the deck as I wired everything to the back of the car and battery. As I accelerate, I hear a whistling noise thru my radio speaker… the faster I go, the louder the noise. shadowfax. July 6, 2016, 12:10am #2. You have alternator ... Boomy bass is most often due to the placement of the subwoofer and your seating position. All rooms reinforce certain low frequencies at certain locations, which are called peaks, while other frequencies are canceled out at other locations called nulls, depending on the dimensions of the room. With a few exceptions, a noise that occurs when the car is shifted into gear is most likely associated with the transmission. Step 2: Manual or automatic. If your car has a manual transmission, the sounds that it makes can mean entirely different things from an automatic. Does the sound occur when you put your foot on the clutch to shift into gear? Mar 22, 2016 · It sounds like you have an exhaust leak. An exhaust leak can cause a Check Engine Light. It will give the O2 sensors a false reading. The exhaust runs nearly the length of the car and consists of two catalytic converters, three mufflers and piping. When I accelerate, I hear a "whining" sound coming from my car. I know that it is coming from the speakers (probably tweeters again) because when I undo the preamp outputs the sound goes away. My last problem is that so far I am not getting the great sound I expected from my speakers. As I accelerate, I hear a whistling noise thru my radio speaker… the faster I go, the louder the noise. shadowfax. July 6, 2016, 12:10am #2. You have alternator ... There's nothing that can more effectively dampen one's enthusiasm for a nice powered subwoofer than a persistent 60-cycle hum -- and since a subwoofer is intended specifically to do a good job of amplifying low-frequency signals, when a sub hums, it can hum very, very loudly. As I accelerate, I hear a whistling noise thru my radio speaker… the faster I go, the louder the noise. shadowfax. July 6, 2016, 12:10am #2. You have alternator ...