Question about 1999 Holden VT
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If its loud knocking noise at idle from front area of motor possibly crank pulley has separated from rubber.
when motor is not running can you grab the serpentine belt and move it along rotate it from left to right side of vehicle until it clunks to a stop which is the saftey lugs on the inside of the crank pulley, turning the pulleys?
if so the crank shaft balancer needs replacing
if you cant turn belt over by hand its ok and could be an internal motor issue, big end or camshaft bearing failure were the other common faults
Posted on Apr 03, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
By "normal lights" I assume you mean "low-beam headlamps"? If this is true, then you may either have burned out headlamp bulbs or a faulty low-beam headlamp relay or relay circuit.
Posted on Mar 24, 2012
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