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I have a bird chirping noise in the engine area when I accelerate in my 1000 chevy pick up

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SOURCE: chirping noise from engine compartment on 1993 Camry

Sounds like a drive belt. With the car off, rub each belt on the underside of the belt, one at a time, with wax from a candle or crayon.Cover the entire width of the belt and 10 to 12 inches of it's length then start the car. If it is the noisy belt it will change or eliminate the noise.Do this for each belt shutting off the engine each time.Change all the belts even if you find just one bad one as the others won't be far behind.

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SOURCE: BMW Engine chirping noise

sounds like a bad crankcase vent valve located underneath intake

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SOURCE: 2000 zr2 blazer 4.3 makes chirping noises in belt

Take the belt off, and check the tensioner pulley. Try to wiggle it, and see if there's any play in it. Spin it, and see if it moves smoothly; it should not feel gritty, or wiggle at all. If it's acting like this, you should replace the tensioner unit. You may be able to get rid of the squeaking sound by shooting some oil or white lithium grease into the bearings, but it will only be temporary.

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SOURCE: chirping noise coming from engine area

The gas smell will need to be checked for any fuel leaks. The chirping noise IF the belt and tensioner is OK, is caused be the CAM SYNCHRONIZER Its located down on the bottom of the intake manifold, where IF it had a distributor, thats where it would be. There are special tools to line up the timing of the cam sensor, so you need to know what you are doing to replace it. If you dont get it right, the CK Engine light will be on and a code for Cam out of Sync will be in the computer.

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SOURCE: 1999 Grand am gt chirping noise

What damage can be done if drive with no belt on highway in the winter? (Battery light than came on and died)

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If it is a belt noise, sprinkling baby powder on the belt will make the noise go away. Apply liberaly with engine off onto the belt and start the vehicle. The belt may have gotten coolant on it and this will cause the chirp. Also a defective belt tensioner will cause the belt to chirp

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If is a serpentine belt, take it out and check the belt tensioner. some of them have a screw that allows for tightening/loosing the belt. Sometimes it looses some bearings and it could chirp.

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Have you checked the engine bay for a bird's nest ? LOL
Seriously now, I think it is one or more of your drive belts, just when starting to turn all your engine bits. Have those tightened or replaced as needed and you should be OK.

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shoks may be good but your springs may be faded, as for the birdies cherping you may have a worn tensioner bearing for one these, a/c belt, alternator, water pump bearing, check spark plugs & wires conditions for knocking
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Check to be sure there is the correct amount of preload on the front wheel bearings. Too loose or too tight will give you strange noises. Also, you may have a calibur hanging up or retracting too slowly. It causes the brake pad to stay in "Light" contact with the rotor and cause noises too. This could be an intermitten problem.

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