Is it safe to drive with a grinding noise?
Whether it’s a crushing, rumbling or grinding noise, any abnormal sound coming from your engine should be treated as an alarm bell. Grinding noises, in particular, could point to problems with several different parts of the engine from the alternator to the water pump or even the power steering.
What is the grinding noise when I turn?
If you are driving your car and it makes a noise when turning and it sounds like grinding, poor wheel bearings can be the cause behind it. Bearings act like a buffer between an axle and the wheel. Therefore, the worn out wheel bearings lead to friction that causes the grinding sound when turning as the car bends.
What are the symptoms of an Acura transmission malfunction?
Common symptoms that you experience when Acura transmission malfunctions: 1 Vibration while driving 2 Hesitation upon acceleration 3 Delayed shifting 4 Growling or grinding noise 5 Weak acceleration or no power 6 Transmission jerking 7 Check Engine Light on (P0700, P0730, P0740, P0780, P1768) 8 Erratic shifting 9 Loss of power while driving
Why are the solenoids on my Acura not working?
Multiple solenoids are mounted on the valve body of the Acura transmission. Due to age, these solenoids can fail or get sticky, causing erratic shifting. Sensors mounted on the valve body can get dirty or stop working if there is a short in the wire harness. It is possible to overhaul the valve body instead of replacing it.
What to do if your Acura is stuck in gear?
If your Acura is stuck in gear or you notice a delay in shifting, the first thing that you need to do is check the transmission fluid level. Do not drive an Acura with low transmission fluid.
Why is my Acura not shifting between gears?
When this happens, your Acura transmission will delay shifting between gears in upshifting and downshifting. To fix this problem often a new torque converter is needed.