I have a buddy's 03 sonata 2.4 I my garage to check out a noise coming from the timming belt area . I pulled the timming belt cover off and set it to tdc to make sure it did not skip time . And noticed the oil pump timing mark is off about 6 teeth all the other marks are dead on . Would this cause it to rattle ?
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ticking noise usually but not always is from the head--valves-usually a rocker arm starved for oil or bent clogged push rod check oil if black and thin can cause tick also extreme cold can cause -because oil thickened sometimes goes away when warmed up-same noise /check oil pressure extreme problem oil pump failing or clogging --timing belt can cause a ticking but they usually fail-- break causing major problem ----other area to check are the pulleys and bearings in witch the belt rolls on-- alternator can also cause a tick when bearing is failing --
I currently own a 2003 isuzu rodeo that i purchased new in 2003 i recently changed the oil and was driving and heard a loud knocking / banging noise . I immediately pulled over and shut it off ,popped the hood and checked the oil only to find out i had plenty of oil. i asked a mechanic he told me to replace the oil pump and i did , but it still makes the same noise. it only has 80,000 miles what else could be wrong?
Sounds like timing belt not on correctly. Check timing marks are aligned correctly when installing timing belt. This vehicle should have 2-3 marks to be aligned when installing belt.marks should be on cam gear/ crankshaft gear and intermediate shaft if engine is equipped with it.
Yes its the correct name. Yes it should have been replaced..... but its up to the mechanics advice and the customer. its not normally replaced, but I replace all parts including the water pump, just as a matter off service, to avoid your exact problem.
The noise u hear is most likely coming from a defective power steering pump or accessory belt idler pulley, to make sure use a 1/2" wooden dowel or old broom stick and hold it against the area where u hear the noise to isolate the exact location.
if jump time that should be it timing marks and the tensioner are to lined up an also install new tensioner and recommend water pump if driven by the timing belt. if it has bent valves cause you jump time usually the car won't trun over at all.
need a new tensioner by the sound of it ,but it has nothing to do with the oil pressure,if seals blowing out on the plastic filter housing then put some diesel in with the oil and a squirt of washing up liquid and run for about 20 mins then change oil and filter again and see what happens