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Anybody got an idea of how to fix internal CONVEYOR BELTS being noisy. Ok at first but now got a loud rubber binding on conveyor noise.


You posted to the category 'Cars and Trucks'. They don't have conveyor belts, they have Serpentine Belts and Camshaft Belts.

It sounds like you might be talking about some motorized Christmas toy, but really, we have no clue.

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Chirping noise right rear of 2006 escape xlt. Dealer mechanic said vacuum plate needed lube or oil. Did not help. Can not find info on vacuum plate?


Seldom in the last 40 years, have I ever
oiled a thing on any vehicle

Are you talking about the intake manifold
runner vacuum motors?

Either way, a dealer should be able to resolve,
unless you read the hundreds of questions here
every week,then they are useless

Aug 30, 2013 | 2006 Ford Escape XLT

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Sudden loud noise


Not a vacuum hose. If it is coming from the top of the motor, I would first check the oil. If there is a hole punched into the oil pan , you may be very low on oil. If oil's fine, I would suggest looking at the transmission housing. If the manhole came up and hit the housing, it may have cracked that, or cracked the fly wheel. One more thing I'm thinking is that if the manhole hit your starter, and pushed it up, It may have cracked the fly wheel. This can make it sound like it's at the top of the motor. Very loud tap tap tap tap. If you excellerate, the noise will go faster too. I just can't see a manhole doing any damage to anything in the top of motor. Make sure you check the oil ASAP. Hard to tell without hearing it. A video would even help. Let me know what you come up with. Good luck

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Having a few issues with my 2006 Nissan Frontier. First, The oil pressure gauge is acting screwy. While driving long distances it has started to flucate and when at idle it often drops down? Next, have a...


had these same indications on a v8 range rover from new. Turned out to be a rotating main bearing shell opening the oil hole to the crank (low pressure) then closing off the hole ( high pressure). I would be having a mechanical oil gauge fitted ( service mechanic ) to eliminate any bearing fault. I would also be replacing the oil pressure sender unit. as a precaution

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1997 dodge neon(manual trans)- at a stop light my car began to make weird noises it then stalled and all the oil spilled from the bottom of the car it would not turn back on and i had to push it to the...


I'm afraid the prognosis is terminal - the cost of replacing the motor exceeds the vehicles value. I'm certain serious damage occurred deep in the motor and you need to replace it. Oil cannot come out unless there is an exit - mainly a hole in the side of the block or cylinder head, most commonly the block, or a part of the motor made a hole through the oil pan - either way I think your motor is toast.The stall was that part coming off the motor and causing the hole for the oil to exit, which also seized the motor.
Sorry to bring you bad news, but You'd be best served to shop for a new car and sell that one for scrap.

Nov 10, 2010 | Dodge Neon Cars & Trucks

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Lifters making tapping noise. whats the cause??? 2003 mercedes sl55 amg. v8 kompressor


1 of two things. They are hyd lifters so there is no adjustment to be done. So it is either a lack of oil pressure or an odd thing but does happen, a small piece of derbis will get into the pressure bleed hole, the oil is push out as the camshaft comes up to open the valve, the lifter will collapes and not re-pump up due to the hole being closed off. Im quite sure AMG rquires Mobil1 oil, sometimes extream temps either higher or lower will change viscosity requirements. you may need the 15W 50 to maintain enough pressure where you are at or it is possible the oil is broke down so bad that it is no longer able to maintain the correct amount of PSI. 1st things first. Put a mechanical oil pressure gauge on the motor, observe pressure after complete warm up. If it is too low go to the 15W 50 weight oil. If it is an oil pressure issue two things should happen. 1 the lifter making noise should be farthest from the pump. If not you should do a very carefull inspection check psi with mechanical gauge 1st if it's low, then you'll have to find the causeor cause. if psi is within spec you have a bad lifter IE: dirt or collapsed spring.

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I have to replace the oil pump, but the mechanic said that after i replace the pump the engine might still make noise. what can cause the engine noise after i replace the pump? how can i fix it? its a 1987...


Why replace the oil pump? That won't make noises go away or cause noises. Your mechanic should be able to answer theses questions, as to the cause of noises.

Mar 10, 2010 | 1987 Ford Mustang

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98 lincoln navigator loud noise, shaking, high rpm at idle, drive


I don't know how much oil you had to put in but it sounds like you have maybe more than opne issue and both sound major. One is engine reving and speed not picking up sounds like trans problem. Two the engine shaking and making noise and being run low on oil leans toward possible engine damage. If your mechanicly inclined check all fluids and when checking trans fluid smell it. If it smells burnt the trans has been damaged. Check oil pressure and make sure coolant is full.You may have to take it into the shop.

Oct 06, 2009 | 2004 Lincoln Navigator

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Whirring noise


HELLO, I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM. I WENT TO THE DEALER AND WHEN THE CAR WAS MAKING THAT WHIRLING SOUND, HE UNSCREWED THE OIL CAP AT THAT MOMENT AND THE NOISE WAS GONE. IT WAS THE PCV VALVE AND THE HOUSING(DON'T KNOW WHAT THAT IS) THAT NEEDED REPLACING. SO TRY UNSCREWING THE OIL CAP WHEN THE NOISE IS PRESENT. IF IT GOES AWAY THEN YOU HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM. THE PCV VALVE NEEDS REPLACEMENT. IF YOU CAN GET A GOOD, TRUSTING MECHANIC THAT CAN DO THIS FOR LESS THAN 350.00, YOUR GOOD. THE DEALER CHARGED ME 650.00 FOR THIS. GOOD LUCK.

Apr 08, 2009 | 2001 Volvo S60

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