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2004 trailblazer winding noise in engine

When driving we have a winding noise in engine.

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  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    engine occasionally makes brief (and very quiet) sound like airplane engine when it winds down.

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Take a look at your starter. there is a good chance the bendex is stuck (start cylinod) and is spinning the starter on the fly wheel/ flex plate. the best way I can describe it is a weeeeeeeeee sound and when you turn the engine off it sounds like a jet airplane shuting down.

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Posted on Aug 06, 2008

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Well sir this definately sounds big, and of course all of these answers help u a lot if u know a lil bit more than oil changing ure self.....well if ure noise doesnt die out after a lil while, than that means its comming from something turning and it could be just a wornout pulley, to something complicated like replacing ure belt(s)...ill just mention to check anything, or ure best buddy or anyone with automotive knowledge before replacing any parts. sometimes tighting ure belts a lil will do the job,......

Posted on Jun 25, 2008

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