When I accelerate I hear a rattling noise?

You usually hear a pinging or rattling noise when accelerating the vehicle. This noise is caused by an air/fuel mixture in the engine cylinder being ignited prematurely by the heat of compression as the piston is moving up on the compression stroke.

Why do I hear metal rattling when I accelerate?

A transmission needs proper lubrication to function properly. Without enough lubrication, metal components inside the transmission will grind against each other. This can cause a rattling noise as gears wear down inside the transmission.

Is it better to replace timing chain or engine?

If the engine is well-maintained, there is no need to install a new engine. The engine can last 100,000 more miles if it is well-maintained. If the engine hasn’t been well-maintained, it is better to replace the engine instead of wasting time on the chains. 13 Sept 2016

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Which cars have timing chains instead of belts?

Which cars have timing chains instead of belts?
-Most BMWs
-Most Mercedes
-All Cadillacs
-Alfa Romeo 159
-Chevrolet Corvette
-Dacia Duster, Sandero, Sandero Stepway
-Honda Jazz
-Mazda with Skyactiv-G engine

2. When was this list published?
-4 Aug 2020

Is timing chain and tensioner the same thing?

A timing chain is a chain that is used to timing. It looks a bit like a bike chain and can be lubricated with engine oil.
2. Tensioners that are controlled by oil pressure in the engine hold the timing chain in place. If the oil pressure is low, the chain tensioners can lose pressure and offset engine timing.
3. Timing chains were manufactured long before timing belts.

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