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Thumping noise 1993 plymouth voyager. when idling in gear everything fine. accelerating all seems fine. once i let off accelerator and coast i get a thumping noise from engine compartment which slows as the nvan slows. as i come to or just before a complete stop noise disappears until coasting again. someone said check engine mounts. where are these located.

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  • goodtimechal Feb 21, 2009

    4 cyl definately. 2.5 liter i believe. noise has gone from a thumping while coasting to almost a kinda grinding. could it be some kind of linkage that drives the wheels? seems quieter while turning to the right as compared to left. could it be in the wheels maybe? any info would be appreciated. thanks alot motor1258.

  • goodtimechal Feb 21, 2009

    im sorry. seems quiter turning left as to right.

  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    Please confirm which engine.



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2 things I would inspect, your motor mounts, and CV joints. If worn, one or both could cause what your experiencing. See if you can figure out where grinding is coming from, right or left side & check drive shaft CV joint on that side especially. Look close at both boots on them for rips or holes, where dirt has been entering.
P.S. a sloppy/worn CV joint can end up causing irregular wear on transmission as well, so don't let it go too long, if at all.

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