Why is there a noise coming from my exhaust?

Why is there a noise coming from my exhaust?

A chugging noise could mean a blockage in the exhaust system. If you hear rattling under the car it could mean that the exhaust system has become misaligned. If you can hear a loud metallic vibration, it usually means that something is touching the exhaust pipe or that a clamp, support bracket or mounting is loose.

What exhaust sounds good on a 5.7 Hemi?

Reviews On 10 Top-Rated Sounding Exhaust For RAM 5.7 Hemi

  • Flowmaster 817568 Direct-Fit Exhaust System.
  • TOTALFLOW 314633 (14 Inch Long) Muffler 1500 Direct Fit Exhaust Muffler Kit.
  • Flowmaster 817706 Outlaw Extreme Kit, Base Product.
  • Borla 140307 Stainless Steel Cat-Back Exhaust System.

How do I fix loud exhaust?

How to Repair a Loud Muffler

  1. Chock the front wheels of the vehicle to prevent movement.
  2. Slide under the vehicle.
  3. Wear safety goggles to protect your eyes from falling particles.
  4. Wrap muffler patch tape around the muffler directly over the hole or damaged area.
  5. Cut the top and bottom from the can with a can opener.

Why does my RAM 1500 make a ticking sound?

The Dodge Ram Hemi tick could be caused by: Broken or loose exhaust manifold bolts (this is the most common answer) Loose spark plugs (this is the second most common answer) Roller rocker on the camshafts.

What does an exhaust leak sound like?

If you have a faulty exhaust manifold gasket, it will cause an exhaust leak that sounds like a hissing or tapping sound. The sound is especially loud during a cold start or when you accelerate the vehicle.

Why is my exhaust so loud when I accelerate?

A loud noise coming from your vehicle when you accelerate, particularly one that sounds similar to a lawn mower is most likely due to an exhaust system leak.

Why is my Dodge Ram ticking?

Low quality fuel can cause the hemi tick. Fuels that contain high amounts of ethanol or that are low octane may not properly lubricate the fuel injectors and can lead to a slight tapping or ticking noise. Low-octane gas has also been known to cause an ignition knock in high-performance engines.