Question about 1994 Plymouth Voyager
A moving component had come loose, or broken up. If the engine is still running, then its an accessory component, like the belts or components that runs off the belts. For example, these components that are belt driven have bearings. Its possible the bearings are worn out on the AC condenser or alternator. If the noise stops when the vehicle is parked (engine idling), and resumes when you drive, its a worn drivetrain component. Worse-case scenario, one valve spring lift rod had snapped, but this only happens if you had raced (over-tached) the engine.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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