With the passage of time and frequent use of cars, sometimes cars are exposed to some problems and malfunctions, and at the beginning of the malfunction in one of the parts of the car, it emits a certain sound indicating the location of this malfunction, and then this malfunction must be fixed before it gets worse.
Because motorists do not have the necessary experience to know the meaning of these sounds and the malfunctions that they indicate, we present to you in the following lines the types of sounds and the malfunctions that it indicates, and they are as follows.

friction of nails
This sound comes from under the engine hood, and is similar to the sound of metal pieces rubbing together, and often indicates damage to the pistons or valves.

The cause of the buzzing sound is often due to a malfunction in the fuel pump, if the sound is coming from the back next to the fuel tank, and it may also indicate the wear of the car tires and the disappearance of its tread.

iron friction
The sound of iron friction indicates that the “brake” lining is damaged or the drum has been deformed, and in this case, you must go immediately to treat the problem so as not to cause traffic accidents.

Engine whistling
This sound indicates that one of the engine belts is damaged, or it has been loosened and needs to be tightened.

crackle from exhaust
An annoying sound such as a popping sound from the exhaust during the engine running indicates the presence of a hole in the exhaust box or its lack of a secure fit in the car body.​

Engine crackling sound
When the engine makes a crackling sound when the car is running, especially in the morning, it often indicates that the engine oil level is lower than the normal range, or if the oil loses its quality and burns as a result of excessive consumption and its expiration date.

Whiz curves
A wheezing sound when driving in curves indicates a faulty tire pressure.

Crack under the car
A crackling sound under the car indicates that there is a problem with the shock absorber parts, the cables and the auxiliaries.