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Loud noise in engine when car warms up. does not do it all the time .

I recently had a new transmission put in

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Take back to who ever put transmission in

Posted on Mar 26, 2014

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SOURCE: winding noise or vaccum leak from front of motor.

A/C -Heater controls
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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Posted on Apr 26, 2009

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