Here’s how to fix loud cars when accelerating in Car Mechanic Simulator.
A common issue in Car Mechanic Simulator is the “Loud When Accelerating” issue, where customers complain about extra noise while driving. As a mechanic, it is your job to find the cause of this issue and address it using all the tools available in your garage.
This quick guide will walk you through how to fix this issue in Car Mechanic Simulator.
What is the Loud When Accelerating Issue in Car Mechanic Simulator?
Loud When Accelerating is a vehicle condition found in various Story Missions in Car Mechanic Simulator. As the name suggests, this issue requires you to fix the noise whenever the car accelerates.
In real life, you will typically hear weird acceleration noises from multiple other components, such as the engine, the gearbox, or even the car’s suspension. Diagnosing these issues requires a mechanic with a good ear and years of experience.
Fortunately, finding the root of this issue is a bit simpler in Car Mechanic Simulator, as a faulty exhaust system commonly causes the Loud When Accelerating issue.
How to Fix the Loud When Accelerating issue in Car Mechanic Simulator
The quickest way to address the Loud When Accelerating issue in Car Mechanic Simulator is by placing the car on the lift and examining the car’s exhaust components. Keep an eye on the exhaust’s physical condition, as this will hint at which exhaust component is causing the issue.
- Move the car on the lift and raise the vehicle.
2. Go into Examination mode to assess exhaust system components individually and get a general idea of each part’s condition. You can find the part’s condition in the upper left corner as you examine the vehicle.
Parts below 15% are considered broken and are likely the part that’s causing the car to emit a loud noise when accelerating.
3. Unmount the suspected parts from the car.
In this example, the Catalytic Converter is at a lowly 10% condition and is due for replacement.
4. Check the Car Status menu to determine how many parts are causing issues. In this example, there are two exhaust components that are causing the noise problem. We’ve already found the first one, but one more part needs to be discovered.
5. we found the broken Front Exhaust Section (TURBO) after some digging.
6. Check the Car Status menu again to confirm the missing part.
7. After isolating the parts causing the issue, you can purchase a new placement part from the computer or attempt to repair it.
Unfortunately, you can only repair the exhaust manifold and replace other exhaust components with brand-new ones.
8. Reassemble the exhaust components back onto the car.
9. Check the Car Status menu again to check if the issues are fixed.
Loud When Accelerating is one of the easier issues in Car Mechanic Simulator. A car’s exhaust system comprises multiple parts that start from the engine and end in the muffler sections at the back of the car. While the exhaust system might seem like a complicated set of components, each one is fairly large and easy to access, making it easy to diagnose and replace each part when needed.