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After starting, if i lean the 99 v92 to the right i hear a metalic clanging noise from the lower right side of the motor. if i lean it to the left no noise is heard.

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Sounds like something let go in the tranny, i would zero in on where the noise is coming from motor or tranny

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Just before the spin cycle, there are horrendous sounds of metal clanging like cogs in gears slipping. What is happening?


either the drum bearings are gone {you need an engieer to do this and its a long and labourious job but extends the lifespan of the machine}

the pump motor has coins or other metal parts inside it {take out the filter and clean the whole pump even inside it look with a torch for any bits of metal} you may need to lay the machine down on the opposite side from the soap drawer
and take the hoze off the pump and check its traps
as some machines dont have a screw in filter tray

you could find there is wires from clothes inside the skin of the drum
perhaps the kids post to the soap drawer a toy car etc
this end up inbetween the drum and the drum outer skin
and will start to bang around when the drum moves to faster speeds
to clear this you need to fully empty the machine and then take the heating element out and fish around with long tweezers to grab the bits and pieces
something like this is the issue
i would let a service guy have a look
the bearings you can tell if you open the drum door and move the dum up and down left and right
if there is play in the inner drum then the bearings are gone

i bet its something inside that will float about when there is more water in the machine

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How do you know when its the timing chain on a 2001 chevy cavalier


left side? when talking about left and right on a car its always referred from the drivers seat... so drivers side is left passenger side is right. if the noise is coming from the passenger side it could be a timing chain but more likely to be a water pump or idler pulley for the serpentine belt. take off serp belt and start car. if noise is gone u have a bad pulley or alternator or power steering pump.. hope this helps

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Are you sure the struts and strut bearings are installed correctly and all fasteners are tight? Did you check your stabilizer links? Did you check your stabilizer frame bushings? Did you check your tie rod ends? Did you check the lower ball joints? Did you check the control arm bushings? Did you check for loose or missing brake caliper bolts?

I am sure that a thorough inspecton of the front steering and suspension system will turn up something. However, it is really hard to accurately guess from this end without more to go on than just a "metal clanging noise"....there are way too many things that can fit that desription.

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When I was driving my 1996 Geo Prizm at around 25mph, I heard a popping sound and then the grinding started like it was rubbing metal to metal. When I turn to the right, it sounds louder. I had the brakes...


CV Joint went out. since it gets worse when you turn right it is most likely an inside drivers side CV joint or the out side passenger side. The popping sounds was probably the dust boot popping from pressure build up which should make it simple to locate since you just need to identify the boot with a tear in it.

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Clanging Sound
1. If the noise coming from your dryer can be described as a clanging sound, the solution is probably well within your grasp. This common sound is typically the result of loose debris accidentally put in with the load of laundry. Change may be left in pockets of pants or other objects may be dropped in the laundry basket by children --- perhaps a toy car. The objects may not be noticed when put into the wash, and the water in the washer may have dampened the sound. Simply remove these items, and restart the dryer to resolve the issue.
Sometimes the clanging is from snaps or buttons that are actually part of the clothing. If you are drying a jacket with metal snaps or another garment with metal attached, you should expect this clanging sound as they tumble and strike the inside of the dryer tub.
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2. Many Roper dryer models are equipped with a safety feature known as a lint signal, which is usually a light that often accompanies a warning signal, telling the machine owner that the lint trap has become clogged. When the dryer cannot pull adequate air through the lint filter, it can overheat and become a fire hazard. The warning alarm may sound like a hum or whistle to get your attention. Look at the lint signal light, clean out the trap and the noise should stop.
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3. If the noise you are hearing can be described as a thumping sound or a metal grinding sound, the device that turns the dryer drum, known as the drum rollers or glides, can be worn out. As the drum turns, there may be a constant and rhythmic thump each time the drum rotates. A severely worn or broken roller could cause the metal of the drum to rub against the metal housing of the machine, causing a louder grinding noise. The rollers will need to be replaced to remedy the problem.
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4. Most dryers work by using belts to turn the rollers, which in turn make the drum rotate and tumble the clothes dry. When these belts get loose, a worn belt or a malfunctioning tensioner spring may keep the belt tight. In either case, belt slippage may occur and will produce a squeaking or squealing sound that is easily recognized. The problem is likely to be the tension on the belt since most belts will break before wearing out to this degree.

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