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What could be the source of a high pitched buzzing coming from behind the seat once the throttle is engaged

There is a power relay that is operated by the throttle.
If the relay is chattering, buzzing that means something to
do with the batteries I would think. Has anyone measured the
battery voltage when that happens?

Jul 05, 2015 | Seat Cars & Trucks

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Occasionally when I try to start my car I hear a chattering behind my glove box, and the car will turn over but wont start. seems like a fuel delivery issue.

That chattering sound is probably the fuel pump relay which sits up and to the right of the glovebox....its either not seated properly, its socket is failing, its failing or the wiring from PCM to it is not good (it could also be a PCM issue but check those other areas first)...remove the lower insulation panel and then look up and you should see a fuse/relay panel..the lower insulation panel should have relay location in the fuse/relay panel

Mar 08, 2015 | 1997 Buick LeSabre

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2000 C70 driver seat motor 'chatters' & won't adjust

Try a simple trick I have used on many Volvos. You will need several paper towels and a can of WD40. With the ignition off soak the switch until it overflows with WD40 and work it in all it's directions for 5 minutes and repeat. The WD40 will clean the contacts which is the normal problem.

Feb 07, 2015 | 2000 Volvo C70

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Valve chatter and rough idle

Sounds like a Timing Belt ready to go! Fix it before you bend the valves!

Oct 26, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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1988 caddy with ****** chatter how to fix?

What kind of chatter? Is it from the outside front end of the car? Is it from loose metal? What is the detail you want to share to make an answer possible?

Jan 02, 2013 | 1988 Cadillac Sedan DeVille

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Transmission chatters when shifting into drive and also overdrive,what causes this

Check the fluid level. Also may be a clogged transmissiom filter, or the filter isn't seated correctly in the pan. I have had many of this type of problem come into the shop after having the fluid flushed on that type of Ford transmission. good luck.

Jan 03, 2011 | 1993 Mercury Grand Marquis

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While in drive, hear clunking and grinding from front differential and axles chatter and hardly spin, drivers side chatters,passenger side spins, put in park, then back in drive and then passenger side...

It sounds like your limited slip differential is in need of a fluid change.
The clutch packs in the axle require a special friction modifier,about 4 ounces added to the axle lube,which fixes the chattering issue.
I'd suggest someone drop the axle diff cover and check or change the
fluid,to see if there are any big metal pcs. in there. If there is no damage,drain the diff fluid and add the friction modifier,only if a SLD..

Note: Only add the friction modifier,if you have a limited slip differential.
Since I can't physically see your vehicle,make sure a mechanic does
it right.

Mar 30, 2010 | 1997 Ford Explorer AWD

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Golf gt tdi just fitted new duelmass flywheel and gearbox but now got a bad vibration through the car?

I'm just guessing... Are your fly wheel bolts new? VW recommends NEW fly wheel bolts. Sometimes when you secure the axles specifically the inner CV joints to the drive flanges, may some how bind inside the casing (cage) and cause the vibration.

Clutch disc installation:
Tighten bolts diagonally to ensure that pressure plate is seated squarely on the flywheel without distortion. If not seated and torqued evenly, chattering and engagement problems may result.

Mar 06, 2010 | 2000 Volkswagen Golf

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Remove the door trim panel & you can try to lubricate the door lock actuator. Probably will end up replacing actuator--dealer item only

Feb 18, 2009 | 2003 Ford Windstar

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How to fix my 2000 toyota tundra brake prolem

Chatter is caused by brake pad vibration, they make a paste that you put on the back of the brake pads to reduce it or make it go away, another thing that causes it is the rotors were no finished properly when they were turned, another issue is poor quality brake pads, I have always used Wagner or Raybestos brand they are the best and have anti squeak/chatter materials in the pad material.

Sep 19, 2008 | 2000 Toyota Tundra

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