Question about 2006 Dodge Charger
Noise loud. Did fade after running car for 30 min. Cool morning....whining again upon start
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Inspect the belts for any carbon build up (It will look like specs of glassy residue), cracking, or for proper tension. If it tends to go away at a certain rpm or after a bit of driving I'd say it's definitly a belt.
You could try to figure out what belt it is by sitting in your driveway and idling while you turn the wheels (Powersteering belt) or turn on the A/C (A/C belt). Do you notice any lose of power? This could point to the main belt that winds its way around most of the engine.
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Posted on Jul 07, 2009
MOST LIKELY HAS A PLUGGED TRANSMISSION FILTER.
TORQUE CONVERTOR CLUTCH FAILURE COMMON.
CHANGE TRANSMISSION FILTER AND ROAD TEST.
IF NOISE IS GONE AND RUNS NORMALLY, CHANGE TORQUE CONVERTOR AND RESEAL TRANSMISSION.
Posted on May 19, 2010
Verify that your trans fluid is at the correct level. When if at all was the trans last serviced?
If fluid is low, try bringing it up to proper level with Valvoline ATF+4 fluid. You need to used either fluid from a dealer, or the valvoline brand which is approved by Dodge.
Posted on May 19, 2010
The LX platform consists of the 300, charger and magnum.
They will all have front end noise. It's just a matter of time. This appears to be a poor design and should be recalled.
The front end should be replaced with energy suspension bushings and greasable ball joints.
The front end needs to be inspected, but here are the usual suspects. Most to least
1. Stabilizer bushings to frame. Rattle and bump sound. Not too expensive.
2. Tension struts - radius arm as some may say. Makes a poping noise and moans when driving and turning.
3. Stabilizer end links if loose to touch. Noise over bumps only.
4. Tie rods. Primarily outer. If you can turn them by hand they need changing. These make noise when braking and turning. Inner is more pronounced when steering. May cause road wander.
5. Upper and lower control arm bushings. Creak!
6. Ball Joints. These sound like an orchestra when going up a driveway. The most expensive fix on these cars. Up to 1800.00 dealer cost. They do not press out the old joints. They use a new knuckle.
7. Steering rack... another expensive fix. Moans and hisses.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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