Question about 1994 Buick LeSabre
One of your pulleys, tensioners, idlers, alternator, power steering pump, etc, is shot. Or the harmonic balancer. You will have to grab hold of each of these things and find out which one is loose. Or take a 3/4 dowel, 3 ft long, or broomstick, cup your hand around the end of the stick and around your ear at the same time, don't let the stick touch your ear, now put the other end carefully on an engine part that isn't moving, carefully, bolt, casting, bracket, pump, etc, you will hear what is the loudest. And the broken one. Even do the engine in a few spots, you can hear every valve. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 28, 2010
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