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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I might have a solution for you issue. First I would like to give you a few explanations.
1. If you live in an area with squirrels or chipmunks they could be the reason for the noise. If you hear a loud humming noise there is a simple fix. Just open the fan housing under the clove box and unscrew the housing and remove the acorns, Sticks, leaves or anything else that is stuck in the fan or its housing. These animals are notorious for hiding things in vehicles especially in the beginning of the colder season. I have to do this in October every year.
2. The bearings in the fan motor may need grease or even replacing. If bearings are burnt out they can also make noise.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
SOURCE: power steering noise
The belt is almost assuredly to tight and needs to be loosened just a hair. It is hard sometimes to get the tension just right. Try looseneing it a bit and hopefully that will help. I have had the same problem in the past.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
You can try to re torque the bolts before you drop the pan and re place the gaskit if that is where your leak is coming from. Good luck and hope you don't have to drop the oil pan.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
Sign up for an account on hmaservice.com. Once you do so, log in and click on "Shop". You can then enter your year/make/model and you will find the info under, engine mech. system>timing system>timing belt>repair procedures. Very detailed, and best of all, FREE.
Posted on May 27, 2009
SOURCE: Squealing noise when in reverse
Is the noise under the hood? or where?
If under the hood, most likely the engine has a bad motor mount. The engine will "twist" slightly to one direction when driving forward and "twist" in the opposite direction when you drive in reverse.
When it is twisted (in reverse) an engine pulley or fanbelt is scraping on some plastic part, or whatever, and making the noise.
If not under the hood, it may be one of the front brake pads that have a "worn brake pad" sensor. The sensor is an L-shaped piece of metal that scrapes the rotor when the brake pad backing gets too close to the rotor, hence worn brake pads.
If the noise is somewhere else, maybe another "expert" has a suggestion.
Please post more information... Thank you.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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