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Car was quart low, now have taping gets louder w/higher rpm

Think fr rh brake locking up when turn right, or cv possibly bad jacked up car dont seem to b 2 loose on cv but no exp with front wheel drives heat guage never got over 1/2 but had gotten car almost redline on heat gauge several k miles ago had split in rec tank and had 2 replace but hadnt lost any coolant since and seemd 2 be fine since on coolant

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  • jstorrer Jun 24, 2009

    this is on 1999 chysler lhs 3.5 high output

  • jstorrer Jun 24, 2009

    sorry,1st timer. this is on a 99 lhs w/ high output 3.5 sounds like taping noise is on top rh side of engine.

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If it's a 2.7, then buy another car. 2000 dollar engine used.

They're a major piece of carp.

I can't believe I could understand what you were asking there BTW.

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