Question about 2006 Chevrolet Malibu
This is never,ever,a good sign,If you have changed the oil,and have used any weight other than 5w20,or5w30,this will happen,so change it as possible if this is the case.If the engine has a dead miss in it,then all it is is the piston,making noise be cause it is being pushed around up,and down,with no combustion to help it move.If there is a oil light on,this is not good either,even if the oil light warning isn`t on,the oil pump could have gone out.And a crankshaft bearing could be bad,weather or not the oil pump is fine.Have the oil pressure check,at a shop,and see what the oil pressure is running.Also,have the torque converter bolts checked to see if they have got loose,and look for a cracked,or broken flywheel,I hope this covers all the things it could be,for your answer,and a shop can tell you more,other things could cause this also,but I am not there,and it is hard for anyone to diagnose this kind of problem,to the exact,without inspecting,hands on.If this was any help,at all,please let us know,thank you.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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