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Abnormal noise inside engine & transmission

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Does the bike slip out of any gear? if its second gear then your tranny is going bad, but it isnt a hard thing to fix. its just an actual gear that has lost teeth. what is year of bike?

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How di I adjust counter balance shaft timing on a zzr 1100 c kawazaki

start engine from cold...slacken pinch bolt...turn shaft a quarter turn each way with a screwdriver...listen to the noise your engine makes and find the quietest spot...tighten pinch bolt

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A rubbing noise

Car Grinding Repair Guide:Worn Out Brake Pads or Shoes:Thebrake padson your car are designed to slow the vehicle when applied. If the brake pads are completely worn out they will make a grinding noise when the brakes are applied. The grinding noise is created when the pad is forced against the brake rotor in normal braking operation. To check for this condition inspect the brake pads in question. The brake pads should have composite material between the pad backing plate and the brake rotor, or on the rear of the vehicle brake drum and shoes. If a brake grinding noise is allowed to continue, brake operation failure could occur. The rotor featured below is a perfect example of what can happen if a brake grinding noise is left unattended.
Broken Brake RotorWhen agrinding brake rotoris neglected, it will cause the brake system to fail due to the separation of the rotor hat (center) from the outer web (braking surface). Additional problems the can occur include the brake pad to fall out completely or the brake caliper to blow out a piston. Either condition will cause brake operation failure. Do not drive the vehicle in this condition, brake operation failure will occur.
Checking Engine and Transmission Mounts: The engine mounts in your car are designed to hold the engine and transmission in place. When these mounts fail it will allow the engine to settle onto the car frame producing a grinding noise. To inspect for this condition the car will need to be lifted and the engine mounts inspected. Look for separation of the rubber and metal mounts that hold the mount together. If separation is detected the mount must be replaced.
Checking Axle Bearing Failure: An axle bearing is designed to support the weight of the vehicle while allowing the wheels to rotate. These bearings are manufactured with high grade steel that resists wear under extreme conditions. When an axle bearing fails it allows metal to contact metal under pressure with a linear motion creating a grinding noise. Once an axle bearing fails it cannot be repair, replacement is required. Remove axle bearing and replace with new and recheck. Some vehicles are equipped with a bearing hub assembly. The bearing below is the style of bearing is replaced by un-bolting the bearing hub assembly and replacing it with new. il-6 elisa kit Other bearing designs include separated bearings that include inner and outer bearings with bearing races, a four piece set. Separated bearings require an inboard seal attached to the bearing hub. This seal rides on the spindle to hold grease inside of the bearing hub, keeping lubrication inside of the bearings.

Grinding Noise When Going Into Gear (standard transmission only):When your car is stopped or coming to a stop the engine needs to be disconnected from the transmission or theengine will stall. With automatic transmission vehicles a torque converter is used to separate the two units, but with manual transmission vehicles a clutch assembly is used to do the job. When a clutch malfunctions it can not allow the engine to become disengaged from the transmission. When this condition occurs the input shaft of the transmission is not allowed to stop rotation, as a result this will not allow the transmission to be engaged into any gear. When a gear is selected a grinding sound will be produced. If this is the case in your car the clutch operation must be inspected and repair as needed.
Checking Power Steering:Apower steeringsystem is designed to utilize power from the engine to assist in the force needed to steer the vehicle. When the engine is running, aserpentine beltis used to transfer engine power to a hydraulic fluid pump. This pump pressurizes fluid and then transfers this fluid using power steering hoses that are connected to a power steering box or rack and pinion depending on how the car is designed. When the power steering system has run low on fluid it can create a grinding noise. This noise is more apparent when steering the car. When the power steering is malfunctioning the vehicle will be very difficult to steer. It is advisednotto move a vehicle with the power steering system not operating. Any steering component malfunction can cause the vehicle to be uncontrollable. When a malfunction occurscheck the system fluid leveland add as needed. When this condition occurs the power steering system has a leak and needs to be inspected and repaired.

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I have a problem code...its says check EO

Signal transmitting/receiving
(Indoor controller does not
respond to remote controller
During individual unit control
1) Bad contact of transmission
2) Signal transmitting/receiving circuit
is abnormal.
1) Check the transmission wire.
2) Check with another remote controller. If "EO" is
still indicated, replace the indoor controller
If other check code appears. replace the original
remote controller.
P3 Signal transmission error
(Remote controller does not
respond to indoor controller
1) Bad contact of transmission
2) Signal transmitting/receiving circuit
is abnormal.
3) Wrong operation due to noise
wave emitted

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1985 Kawasaki GPZ600 carby flooding engine when

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Noise from engine or transmission

If you havent or its been a while sense the transmission was serviced it should be done, whats going on hear is the filter in the trans. is pluged up and the pump is having a hard time drawing the fluid thru it and that will make the pump wine.

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Why is my dishwasher making a buzzing noise? It is almost 2 years old and is a GE brand we got from Sears. It is still cleaning and filling and emptying properly, but the buzzing noise is driving me...

Sounds like a noisy circulation pump motor. As an Engineer, I would treat any abnormal noise seriously; the motor may require examination and possibly a new start capacitor fitting? or it may be loose or have a problem with its impeller, etc. Or it could possibly be a relay for the heating element is noisy. Either way, abnormal noises are unusual, and dishwashers need to be 100% reliable as they are often used unattended or overnight and any problem might indicate a possible fire risk. Sorry to be so heavy - is the machine subject to any guarantees or extended insurance etc? Some have 5 year guarantees. Whatever, I would call an engineer out to have it checked over.

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Noise from rear wheel area that sounds like bearing noise.

Might want to check your camber adjustments and look into shocks and struts. They could all be worn out but prolly the camber is off causing abnormal road noise and abnormal tire wear

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Technical drawing engine & transmission

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