Whirring sound after long drives 2006 Chrysler Town & Country
After long drives, my 2006 Chrysler Town & Country makes a whirring noise. I figure it is a fan belt or something. I have to be driving for at least 30 minutes to get it to make the sound. What do you think?
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YOU NEED A NEW ALTERNATOR..YOU CAN ALSO GET A VOLT METER TO TEST THE CHARGING SYSTEM WHEN CAR IS RUNNING/CONNECT POSITIVE CABLE TO POS ON BATT/CONNECT NEG ALSO TO NEG ON BATT SEE IF ITS READING VOLTAGE!!
Different problems here. Code 2503 can be charging system low or a problem with the AIR pump system (emissions) If the code is for the charging system it could have set if the engine was run without a belt. Code 441 is a problem with the EVAP emission system which checks the fuel tank for leaks. A faulty gas cap or running the engine with the cap off can set this code. I would clear the codes and drive the van to see if they come back. The noise could be a bearing in the water pump or other accessory that is failing.
If you have fire, then it's probably a fuel problem. Turn the key to the on position, you should hear a 'whirring' sound from the gas tank, which is the fuel pump. This sound will only last a few seconds , but should indicate that the fuel pump is working. If no sound, check the fuel pump fuse, fuel pump relay, and the fuel pump itself . Good luck.