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Could be a problem with a cooling fan. Take it to a reputable mechanic and have them look at it.
Posted on Dec 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
is it low on oil? if so it could be an internal oil leak (wouldn't be able to see) or external but you didn't say anything about that... if level is good replave the oil pressure sensor
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
Sounds like a constricted IAC Idle air control valve passsage. Fairly simple to fix. Remove air filter trunking all the way to the throttle body to allow access. The IAC allows air passed the throttle when closed at idle. Just on the inside of the throttle body in front of the throttle flap there is an opening in the throttle wall. This is the air inlet to the IAC; there is an outlet similar on the other side of the throttle. Use carb cleaner and cloth to shift the grime from this tubing and get it like new. Hold the throttle flap open to get at both ends of the IAC tubing. The IAC can be detached and cleaned to a shine. Reinstall the IAC and replace all air pipe ducting. Leave for about 20 minutes to allow any cleaner residue to dry out. When you restart you might experience a bit of uneven running but this will disappear very quickly as the last of the cleaner dries out
Posted on May 04, 2010
1st check the the oil level and the vehicle's oil type.(owners manuel) 5w30-10w30
10w 30 is a thicker oil and could possibly be causing this.(Moves more freely through the engine heats the oil)
Posted on May 17, 2009
your problem is more than likely one of a few problems
there are two hoses on your transfer case one sucks in one blows out if one gets cloged it will go out completly so have it checked its starting.
or check the oil in the transfer case
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
There may be a small hole or cut in a vacum line or possibly just loose. Also make sure the air filter box and the big hose to it are secure and clamps etc are tight. Pulleys and belts can make a high pitch sound also.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
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