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would you describe the noise 1 metallic/scrapping, 2 slight roar ,3 squeal, 4 something else
1,loose drive belt pulleys, something may have dropped onto driven parts
2. loose or worn air intake hose , air filter box not secured
3. alternater etc drive belts , spray WD40 onto them when revving engine , if squeal goes check condition of belts
4. can you describe it
hope this gives you a starting point
LOOK AT VIN NUMBER THROUGH WINDSHIELDON DRIVER SIDE OR VECHICLE REGISTRATION THIS IS A EXAMPLE 2F5 V L45EXWA352771 SEE V IS ENGINE CODE COUNTING FROM LEFT FOUR DIGIT DOWN ENGINE CODE.IF YOU WANT YEAR CODE COUNT 10TH DIGIT DOWN.
Hi, if it is an early 97 12valve engine the plugs will be accessed through between the exhaust manifold sections at the front of the motor. if it is a 16 valve, then you remove the plug leads to get access undo them, then use the lead cap to remove the plugs, ie wqhen the plug is undone, push the lead cap back onto the plug, and lift it out. you certainly would not need to remove the valve cover.