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Hear a growling sound after warmed up (5 to 10 Minutes) when accelerating in drive, never in park or neutral or letting off gas pedal,only when I press gas pedal, not constant it is intermittent also i know valley pan gasket is leaking any relationship. or 2 separate issues. Help

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Could be a number of things. check all your fluids first. then check your ehaust. how do you belts look? If everything you can see looks "ok". This car is rear wheel drive, correct? It may be coming from the rear of car.

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