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When I turn the steering wheel left or right i hear a grinding noise. what could it be?


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Apr 02, 2015 | 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander

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I have a ticking noise from my engine


Ticking noises from an engine, even an SBC, are never normal, Richard. You may be hearing lifter noise (one bad lifter) or excessive valve lash, or both... or you MAY be hearing a small exhaust leak from one manifold. If the pistons you put in aren't a really good match for the cylinders, you may be hearing "skirt slap", which will devolve into a really bad situation later down the line when the piston skirts break off. You may possibly be hearing bearing rap from either rod bearings or main bearings, if they were a little too loose, or timing chain slap if the tensioner isn't working right, or looseness in the distributor drive, or even spark snap between a plug cable and the block or head.

Aug 07, 2014 | 2003 Chevrolet Suburban 1500

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2.0 Liter, 2003 Rav4. Car had a ticking noise, Toyota replaced serptine belt and still makes ticking noise. Toyota says its lower engine rod bearings. I used stethascope and noise seems to be coming from...


big end bearings( lower engine rod bearings to confuse) knock at idle and get louder with rpm
if the noise changes with rpm and you are hearing it near the ac compressor then it could be the ac pulley bearing
test if it is the compressor by listening and then turning the ac off the pulley will still spin but the compressor stops
if the noise remains , replace the pulley bearings

Nov 16, 2017 | 2003 Toyota RAV4

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ENGINE OVERHEATED AFTER CRACK IN RADIATOR, HEAD GASKET BLEW, POSSIBLE WATER GOT INTO ENGINE. got new radiator, head gasket, head cover.rebuilt. Still runs with noise in engine with diminished power. paid...


Hi, I'm sorry to hear about your problem. I would take your vehicle back to the service facility where the work was done and make them corrrect the problem. Good Luck!

Jan 11, 2011 | 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander

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I have a 2003 olds bravda.Why do I hear a clicking noise for about 5 seconds after I start my vehicle?


The clicking comes from worn engine parts that haven't gotten enough lubrication. For instance, the valves may be ticking when first started when engine is cold.

Aug 11, 2010 | 2003 Oldsmobile Bravada

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Over heating , no water in oil , no oil in water


fan clutch could be bad if it doesnt have electric fans. thermostat could be stuck shut. water pump may be bad s the impeller inside can come loose from the shaft the belt drives. dont drive until fixed as any new motor noise is sign of potential internal motor damage and may lead to engine failure.

Jun 04, 2010 | 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander

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2003 Ford Ranger ticking noise, not a ping or knock. It is coming from the engine.


THE ticking noise coming from the engine ..is it just a 1 tick on idle at about each rev of engine,,and does it make any differance to the running of engine ,,Does it get softer when it gets warmer.
As it sounds like a loose tappet and being a oil adjusted tappets this thought of thing does come in now and again. and the best thing to do is to get a small plastic tube 25mm (or 1' ) and 2ft long and put it to your ear and listen at the top of the rocker cover ans see if the noise gets louder in a certen place ,as you will hear it if it is there..
Other wise it could be a Small end on the conrod which the piston is connected to.... lets hope not.
So let me know as soon as poss the answers to all the above. Ron










Oct 16, 2009 | 2003 Ford Ranger Regular Cab

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Ticking noise in engine


May be mice, but I had a truck that did that from a worn speedo cable.
Regards
Apeal

Aug 21, 2009 | Ford F-150 Cars & Trucks

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Ticking noise


usually when there is a ticking noise that changes as the rpm of the engine changes it could be that not all the components in the engine are properly lubricated. you may notice that noise occur temporarily when a car has been sitting for a while and all the oil runs to the bottom of the engine. as soon as the engine is running for a couple of seconds the noise goes away because oil is splashed on all those components. i recommend you check your oil level. i used to have a stealth with an oil leak...and i always knew when the oil was low because i would start to gradually hear the ticking noise. usually and hopefully that's it. it either that or you have bend rods that are slightly tappin on something else in there. but let's be a lil optimistic.

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