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If the pump is primed, water will come out of the tank when the pump is running. It make take a little time for the tank to fill, but you should hear the pump making some noise. An un-primed pump just makes a motor noise, not very loud.
first check if theres any water leaks from your water lines and your radiator. if not try to replace the thermostat. worse comes to worse you have to change your water pump...i hope this helps a little
Where is the noise from exactly? It sounds like clutch basket rattle, often happens when idling, worse when cold, not so bad as engine warms up.
If it's from the top end it's probably tappets. Change the oil if you haven't recently done so and see if that helps. clutch basket is no problem unless it gets REALLY noisy and gearchanges are difficult, then change clutch plates and clean up basket.
Tappets or shims will need to be done at next service so performance will be maintained, if it's top end.
All tank water heaters make some amount noise, clicking and "snapping" sounds, particularly after much of the hot water in tank has been used (like after a long shower) and has been replaced by cold water that is being heated vigorously.
If the noises are accompanied by poor or erratic performance, or obviously if something malfunctions, you may require the services of a repair connection.
It sounds as if the ball in the tank in shutting down the suction prematurely. Be sure there is a gap of about 3/4 inch between the top of the filter inside the tank, and the lid of the dirty water tank. Without this gap, suction will pull the ball up too soon.
If it's the water pump there should be water leaking, if it's the steering pump the noise would change as you turn the steering wheel left to right. If it's constant, it could be just old belt and bad idler and tension pully. Start buy praying a little water to the belt while the engine is running and if the noise goes away, the belt is in time to be chaged. If the noise is still there, then most likly it's the ilder bering or tension bearing. Good luck
hi thanks for the question that buzzing noise is probably coming from the ice maker water valve that's about the time it cycles i would not worry about its fine just a little noise thanks the appliance doc but if it s too noisyreplace the water valve
Your car is fitted with one very long belt which we call serpentine. Actually you cant adjust this belt as it has an automatic tensionner.
Try this, pour a little bit of water on the belt while the engine is running. If the noise stops then you know it's the belt which is noisy. If this is the case, a replacement of the belt is advised.
If not it means that probably the A/C compressor or the tensionner is faulty.