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It dosent do it all the time but it seems to be getting worse ive pulled the rear and front wheels off to see if a brake pad has lost its clips but everything looks fine and tight to me all the clips are on dont know what the noise can be if it was drive line problem should do it all the time .When the car makes the noise there is no change in the performance of the car just a winding noise and it goes away when i stop after a clunk noise
That is a transmission issue, more than likely you need to rebuild it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hey, I knew a Chris Arnold In High School! The Easiest way to fix this is to Put the Pad back on that goes on the Piston and use it as a Buffer. Compress Further with Tool or Channel Locks while Slowly Releasing the Bleeder Valve. Once Compressed Close the Bleeder Valve Quickly as you do not want Air in the System. Please Rate my Response, I need all the Help That I can Get! Thanks!
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
Posted on May 04, 2009
check all grounds going from the battery to the block and the body remove the wires and sand the body/block and the silver loop connectors problem should go away
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
buy a new wiper arm at a dealer, buy a used wiper arm at a junkyard or on eBay. there is a spring in there which has a problem and it is easier to just replace the arm than fart around with that spring. note the arm will be the same on any big FMC model 98-02, but make sure your replacement is for the same side as the driver and passenger arms are generally not quite the same.
take the nut off the old arm, jiggle it up and off do not pry against the glass. before you take the old arm off put a piece of tape on the windshield along the top edge of the wiper blade to make sure you put the new one on in the same place.
Posted on Jun 23, 2011
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