350z Rubbing Vibration Noise when Accelerating

Strange noise from 350z when accelerating... The beggining you can hear it well but when I put the camera on the dash it's very noticable.. You can hear the normal engine accelerating noise in the background and the hollow type strange noise over it all. Feels like it takes a performance hit too.

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Common Noises Your Transmission Might Make
Dallas discusses some common noise that you may hear from your transmission and what you should about it. "Hello again. Dallas Council back from AAMCO Transmissions of Venice and today, I want to talk to you about some common symptoms and sounds that you may hear if you are experiencing a transmission failure. So with that, let's go and get started. If you start your car, put it in gear and it goes, "Graaaaaaaaa-kk!" that may be a transmission problem. If you start your car and it goes, "Wizzzzzzz-zzzzz," that also may be a transmission problem. If when you put your car in gear and give it gas, it goes, Vrooooooooom-Clunk that could also mean that you are having a transmission problem. If when you accelerate, your car goes Vvvvvvvoooooooo and doesn't move very fast, you may be experiencing a transmission problem. If when your car is shifting gears, it goes thddddddth, thddddddth you may be experiencing a transmission problem. If you're driving on the highway and you hear, "Whooooooo, whoo, whoooo," you are probably about to get a speeding ticket. The point of this video was to explain a few symptoms that you may experience if your transmission is failing but more to get the point across that transmissions fail in a variety of ways. There is no set of symptoms that you may experience. Sometimes, you may be experiencing a symptom or noise that you are certain is the transmission and indeed it's really not the transmission. And sometimes you may be experiencing a symptom that you are certain is not the transmission and it may be a transmission failure. With today's transmissions, they're all electronically controlled. They are very hard and can be very tricky to diagnose. Some problems may be minor and not very expensive at all and some problems may be major and be very, very expensive. The best thing to do in any case is to get your car to a specialist or a certified mechanic that will diagnose the car for you accurately because again, there is no common set of circumstances that make one failure major as opposed to one being minor. That can only be determined in real time by a real diagnosis. So again the point of this video was to really have a good time and make you laugh but also get the point across that transmissions fail in a variety of different ways. The most important thing is getting it diagnosed by a trained professional that will save you the most money and get you the best quality repair. So again, this is Dallas Council from AAMCO Transmissions of Venice. Hope you enjoyed and have a great day."

Used Nissan 350Z Buying Guide - Common Issues & Problems
Don't forget to subscribe for more car related content! A guide for the common issues to look out for when buying a used Nissan 350Z. These are getting really rather cheap lately, I think you'll struggle to find a better package for the money. However, there are some faults and niggles you need to look out for so I made this buying guide. Links to fixes below: Clicking axles: http://www.350z-uk.com/topic/57807-clicking-axle-noise-solved-try-this-firs t/ Bose Sub Fix: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lbuyauIu6bk Boot Popper Fix: https://youtu.be/e4fkqew1828 Replacement Fans/Shroud: http://www.mishimoto.co.uk/mishimoto-nissan-350z-aluminum-fan-shroud-03.htm l Boot Weight Removal: http://www.350z-uk.com/topic/65248-how-to-weight-reduction-fix-boot-pop-up/ Look out for more car themed videos coming in the future - As well as some more Solidworks car aerodynamic content!

SLEEPER Nissan 350Z vs The World!
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Auto Guy Noises
Customers bring cars in every day because they are making noises. If you have a noise, I recommend that you do some homework before you bring the car into the shop. That will help the mechanic find the problem more quickly, which can save you some money. First of all, pay attention to what kind of noise it is, and let your mechanic know. Like a grinding noise that goes grrrrrrrrrr, or a squealing noise that goes sqeeeeeeeeeeee, you really should tell the mechanic what the noise sounds like when you drop the car off. It might be a little embarrassing to make the noise when you are describing it to the shop, but it really helps the mechanic get an idea of what the problem might be. Here are a few parts that you might hear making noise, even when you are sitting still; things such as the serpentine belt can squeal as the engine is running, along with other parts such as the alternator, power steering pump, or one of the pulleys for the belt. Heat shields that are on your Exhaust can also make a horrible rattling noise, especially when you just start to accelerate. Noises that you hear as you are driving down the road can be hard to duplicate in the shop, so it's important to give your mechanic as much information as you can when you bring the car in for repairs. Is the noise coming from the front or the rear of the car? Do you hear it when you are going over bumps? Or when you apply the brakes? Or maybe it's when you are turning in a certain direction? Giving the mechanic some hints will help him duplicate the noise during the test drive. Then he can correctly diagnose the problem and get rid of that annoying noise. Once the car is in the shop, mechanics use some tools that are designed specifically for finding noises. A new tool that we use has remote transmitters that we can place anywhere on or under the vehicle. Then we can drive down the road with the tool's receiver inside of the car, listening to the different transmitters to see which one is picking up on the noise that we are looking for. That helps us pinpoint the noise, and get it repaired much faster. When you are looking for a noise under the hood, sometimes you need a little different technology because everything is jammed in there so tight. That's where the mechanics stethoscope comes in. Mechanics wear it just like a doctor, and place the end of this point on several parts that you think might be making the noise. When we put the stethoscope on the part that's making the noise, it comes through loud and clear. Then we can tell which component needs to be replaced to get you some peace and quiet.