Toyota corolla 2009 engine noise type rattling ticking

Why is my Toyota Corolla making a rattling noise?

The most common reasons a Toyota Corolla has a rattling noise are the ball joints, struts or strut mount, or a problem with the sway bar links.

Why does it sound like my engine is rattling?

Rust and corrosion also cause the deterioration of the exhaust system itself, which can cause rattles. In instances like this, the muffler or tailpipe probably needs to be replaced. Sometimes, an exhaust system clamp gets loose, creating a rattle. Another cause of rattles under the car is a failing catalytic converter.

Why is my Toyota Corolla ticking?

The engine oil in your Toyota keeps moving parts lubricated and operating smoothly. A mysterious ticking noise can mean your engine oil level is low. Check your oil level and add the recommended amount.

Why is my car making a rattling noise when idling?

There are several causes for the engine to rattle while idling. With your car, the heat shield or an under engine shield is most likely. The other causes are the AC compressor clutch, idler pulley, or belt tensioner.

How do I stop my engine from rattling?
You can hear it rattling. And of course we'll check all the other bearings to make sure they're not making any noise. And here's why you check all the bearings because the alternator bearings is also.

Why is my car making a clicking noise?

The most common reason for that rapid clicking noise when your car fails to start is a dead battery. However, a single click could mean a malfunctioning starter motor, or something even more ominous.

What’s the rattling noise under my car?
So. We raise the vehicle up we're looking at anything loose underneath the vehicle just doing a couple taps on the exhaust. We hear something over here it looks like this cage right here is loose.