Even though devices all around us are getting smarter, it’s not yet possible for your vehicle to talk to you. While that’s the case, your automobile is still fully capable of communicating with you. Your car may not be able to use words, but it can use your senses to relay messages to you.

When there’s a problem, your car will often try to tell you by making sounds. You should never ignore an unusual sound your car makes. No matter what kind of odd sound your vehicle makes, it’s important to have the underlying cause of the sound diagnosed and fixed because whatever’s causing the noise can turn into an even bigger problem.

One sound that indicates you’ll need to bring your car to our Indianapolis, IN Porsche dealership for service soon is squealing. If you notice squealing emanating from your wheel wells, it’s likely that your brake pads will have to be replaced in the near future. If that sound evolves into grinding or growling, you have no choice but to have your brakes serviced as soon as possible.

If you hear hissing or sizzling under the hood of your car when you turn the engine off, it’s a sure-fire sign that something is leaking. If you suspect that something is leaking, make an appointment to bring your vehicle into our Porsche service center near Fishers, IN now.

Popping, banging, roaring, and rattling are additional examples of sounds you should pay attention to if your car makes them. To learn what these sounds might mean, contact Tom Wood Porsche to talk to one of our factory-trained technicians today.

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