Question about 2000 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
You best check there are no little critters caught up under the front
of the car! Other than that it's probably a belt slipping or a dry
bearing in the alternator, a/c compressor or power steering pump.
it could also be the oil/air separator which is pretty much the oil filter housing. It gets clogged and the crankcase can't breath/vent correctly. Normally this will happen when the engine is at operating temp. If you notice the noise happening at operating temp, pull the engine oil dip stick and see if the noise goes away..if it does, start looking at the oil/air separator as the link to the problem
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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