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I have a 2004 ford excursion with 233,000 miles it makes a load humming noise when it idles but when you give it gas it stops. Sounds almost like air leak some where did replace the ERG valve recent.


There is a rubber vacuum elbow behind the intake plenum of the engine. After awhile, the rubber vacuum boot tends to collapse on itself (cavitates) and makes weird funny noises at idle when engine vacuum is the greatest. But you won't hear it when yo begin to accelerate. Common problem with these vacuum hoses. Verify that the hose is the problem and the dealership carries plenty of these replacements.

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To get HELP with something as sophisticated as the space shuttle you need to give more info.
Year, Model, and Make plus is there any SES or MIL or Check engine light on. With this info we can help you.

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If the noise does not go away when the motor is driving no accessories you have a more serious problem.

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probably the belt making noise , very common .

WHen a belt gets old it gets dry and cracks start to appear , the non-ribbed side of the belt may get dry & glazed also make noise . common problema are also tensioners that make the belt get out of line with the rest of the pulleys , look carefully because just a little miss-alignment can cause a belt to slip on the smooth side of pulleys and make noise . Misting water onto the belt may also help you determine what is making noise.

Good Luck and Watch your Fingers !!!!

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