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a shredding fan belt?
why not get the car checked out.??? buy a SHOP
you shut the engine off, and when you do, that it coasts to a stop
and did the noise come from the engine bay? and did the noise happen as engine was coasting to its natural stall or after that?
noises that happen, not moving are easy to find. so
get a competent mech, to find it. it be easy for them.
It sounds like you might have thrown a connecting rod on a cylinder or a push rod on a valve lifter. Listen for a clunk when cranking for a bad cylinder or no compression sound for a bad lifter rod. Just my best guess hope it gives you other ideas to explore as well.
depends on where you hear the noise.. could be a brake caliper sticking or a universal joint going out or has went out in the drive shaft. while driving does it make the noise constantly or just when taking off?
Popping noise when turning is usually CV joints. Is this a 4wd? One more thing to check, is your sway bar bolts, as they can break off, or wear grooves on them, and pop as they have pressure put on them. If the popping noise is something that happens once, and not a continuous thing when you're turning, most of the time it's ball joints though. Did you replace them? How did you check them? Easy way to tell, is to jack the wheel up, and if it slides out slightly when it gets ready to clear the pavement, then you're almost certain it is ball joints.
Loud popping/grinding most noticeably heard when turning is normally a sign of a bad CV joint. Look under the van where the axle half-shafts come out of the transaxle and connect to the backside of the wheel assembly. Are the rubber boots on the axles torn or missing? If you hear the popping only in left turns, your right CV joint is bad, If you hear the popping only in right turns, your left CV joint is bad.