Question about 2006 Chrysler Town & Country
Motor whines and noise appears to be coming from air intake manifold. noise can be heard through air intake hose coming from air filter.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2006 chrysler town & country 3.8
Check under the panel where the wiper arms are, between the hood and the windshield. Unbolt/screw it and it should be on the pass. side.
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
I have a few suggestions for you,
First of all, check your air filter, make sure its clean, not clogged, and doesn't need to be changed.
I don't know how handy you are, but if you are fairly handy, check the idler pulley bearings, if your not, have a shop check it out, as a last resort.
Power steering pump/fluid being low is also a possibility, but thats usually more of a lower pitched whine then what you describe.
You say once the vehicle is warmed up, the whining stops. Does Weather seem to be a factor as well?
Hope I've helped, and don't forget to rate.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
there should be a box at the other end of the intake hose with two clamps on it after unclamping it pull the top away from the box then pull up
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
It's probably the power steering motor. I've got a 2006 T&C and the power steering motor started whining quite a bit. I first noticed it after pulling off the freeway after driving for over an hour or so. It then progressively got worse and I feared the motor was going out. I solved the problem by over-filling the power steering fluid reservoir. It showed full, but I over-filled it by adding about 1/4 quart of extra fluid and the motor noise immediately stopped. I also read posts about the reservoir cap being the culprit if it doesn't get a good seal. Good luck, and I hope I got this to you before you ended up spending unneeded $ on anything!
Posted on Mar 20, 2010
SOURCE: a whining sound in the
Check Automatic Transmission fluid level and top off if necessary.
Check Power Steering fluid level and top off if necessary.
Listen to see if the bearings are whining on the alternator or other pulley under the hood.
Posted on Aug 08, 2010
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