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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well, if the transmission seems to be okay , The timing belt or chain is most likely the noise based on the age of the vehicle. The tech you took the vehicle to should be able to pin point the noise with stethascope ears.
Make sure the oil level is full.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
I actually just figured out noise is coming from around where catalyic converter is. I now see that the plate that protects the converter (heat plate ?) is totally off. I just took it off. I will see if it still makes noise. Can I just have them weld a new one back one or do I need a new catalyc converter ?
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
there are a few posibilities.I would start with the basic checks.start with the mounts and make sure that the motor or trany are not viberateing or rubbing on anything.If that checks good then check the fluid to see if it is burnt if the fluid is any color but pink to a redish then there is problems with the internals and you will need a knowlegable technitian take a look at your car.Im sorry I cant really be of anymore help without looking at the car
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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