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Winding noise or vaccum leak from front of motor. no check engine light on. car runs good. just loud winding noise. wjen you turn the car off. noise sounds like it releases something. noise is lounder in warm weather than cold weather

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  • Anonymous Apr 28, 2009

    I recently purchased a 2005 Ford Escape and have had the same problem. Some high pitched noise coming from from drivers front motor. It happens mostly when accelerating at low speeds between 20 to 40 mph. It also does it when you turn the engine on & off too. It's like it releasing pressure. or something and the RPM Gauge never goes to the 0 position when the car is turned off. I had a Ford Thunderbird & Explorer 10-15 years each and I've never experienced anything like it before.

  • trcy_brnthy Apr 30, 2009

    noise is still on when the ac is off, sounds like a vacuum leak from under are around intake manifold area

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Has you are aware the A/C Clutch compressor is engaged at all times when the defrost mode is turned on. Turn off all heater controls. If the noise is gone it will be either the Air conditioner compressor clutch bearing or possible the idler pulley bearing .
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