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2004 Pacifica whining noise

Makes a whining sound at initial acceleration and at gear change. Motor mounts failed car would not drive. Had them fixed and this noise started right out of the shop. No jerking or popping just the whine. Last a few seconds, very loud. Also ac leaking into right floorboard have tried everything.

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Your belt is not tightened. you should go back to the garage and ask them to do so.
A simple test you should do is spray some water (just few drops) on the belt when the sound is coming from, if it stops then that's definitely the solution, otherwise it could be a pulley that needs to be changed.
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this sounds as if your drive shaft has failed, take to your nearest mechanic and have him verify this this should only cost about 200 euros to repair if it is the drivshaft.

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dont think motor mounts its sounds like transmission mount 0r rearend bushings .one way to check it is put hand brakes down & hold brake pedal down give it a little gas (this is what they call power braking) to see if you hear it now. you should be able to tell where is coming from.

Posted on Dec 08, 2010

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