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It sounds like exhaust is blowing but from the front of the engine only when cold start is on but exhaust is at the back of the engine

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You may have a hole or part of your manifold gasket is gone. Just follow the exhaust system back to the engine I am sure you will see the hole. hope this helped tim

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  • andy_carter1 Aug 29, 2010

    checked exhaust it's ok exhaust is at the back of the engine noise is at the front but only happens on cold start cold start goes off noise stopped thought it might be a sensor

  • Tim Whalen Aug 29, 2010

    ok, if it like a sucking sound you may have a vacuum hose that needs replaced as once it is warm it conforms and makes a tight fit. Hope this helps

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