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I've bought a new minelli soloist and there's a weird noise when pedaling... It goes TOC TOC TOC TOC. It's louder when I go fast or when I go up a hill. I know that minelli isn't very good but I would like to know is there's a way to fix this sound. thank you.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
could be a variety of problems start-- w/head problem bad --lifter rocker,valve,valve spring,spark plug-wire -lower end/rod knock-bearing-wrist pin-piston/fan-pulley
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
your torque converter is rattling that is the clutch on the stator inside is worn out... You can stall test your torque converter ...Do this but follow correctly. put on parking brake..on the asphalt,,,, block all four wheels...push the gas to the floor for just 2 seconds...down one, two lift off gas pedal quickly..
when your doing this WATCH your RPMs they should reach to around 2200-2400 between the 2-4 rpm if not the Torque Converter is toast!!!! If your car passes the STAll test then when you tranny was put back on one of the fly wheel covers are rubbing....!!!.
Posted on Jun 17, 2010
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