Question about Cars & Trucks
Look for any metal or plastic cover/protector for casing of parts/ moving parts or the radiator fan casing rattles are majorly caused by poor bolting of parts or cracked parts. . best to do this with a stick and to dip in the parts with caution and see if rattle disappears. hope this helps..
Posted on Nov 24, 2014
Testimonial: "nothing loose as far as i can see sounds internal been told possibly the tensioner shock but when belt removed its not under load and noise still there was wondering what a faulty timing chain sounds like but i dont think its this as noise goes away when engine hot got me stumped"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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