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All scooters make their own special sounds. This may be normal.

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There is a loud whining coming from the motor

Hi Tyler:
Try using a mechanics stethescope (or a dowel sound rod, thumb over end held against your ear) and with the engine running, touch various components. You will hear different sounds, and hopefully be able to isolate the whine.
CAUTION - Work Safe - moving bits can make the sound rod hurt you.
I'd be guessing at an alternator bearing as they whine worse than a puppy on the wrong side of a door.

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Why does my powersteering whine when I turn steering wheel/

You likely have a leak in your power steering system and is now low. When the fluid gets low it gets air in it causing the whine. It is likely your steering gear or high pressure hose (or both) that is leaking. Once the leak is repaired it is recommended to flush out your power steering fluid to DEX6 Transmission fluid. I would check for all the leaks under the vehicle and then flush out to transmission fluid - just adding fluid will likely not fix the issue as these vehicles are hard to bleed the air out of.

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Motor whine

You may have bad bearings in the motor. I would suspect the gearbox. Have you had any issues with the gearbox leaking oil. The bearings/bushings on the drive shaft for the wheels are most likely going bad. If this is the case, you will have to replace the whole axle assy.

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Motor whine when under power heartway PF5

Hi, well it's the bearings normally, the end connected to the gearbox, this a stress area for the motor, personally i wouldn't worry unless it actually slowing down or grinding , vibration so enjoy...


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2005 Ford Expedition motor whines

The cause of the whine would likely be the power steering pump, as there is no other part that really can create a whining noise. Have a local shop listen to it before you buy or replace any parts please.

Sep 18, 2012 | 2005 Ford Expedition

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My kenmore series 70 washer wont drain or spin i jumpered out the lid switch but it still dont work

Does your machine make any noise(humming or slight whine)? If so then something may be seized, try spinning the tub by hand, if it moves then it may then be the motor itself is seized. Test power(with ac 120v meter) at motor, which should be located underneath the machine, just under tub.If you have power right to motor, then it is very likely that it is your motor. If no power to the power, then something in your selector switch has malfunctioned; continue to follow your power supply until you find the short.

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Makes a whining noise when temperature outside is below freezing . stops when car warms up .

if the noise is under the hood, when it is very cold, it could just be power steerig whine, caused by the pressure relief valve cutting in because the fluid is like molasses when real cold. this is normal. if it is inside the car it could be the heater blower motor, just stiff from cold, again normal.

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Whining sound from under van only when i push the gas.

The serpentine belt is the most common cause for whining sound when accelerating, try to understand if noise is coming from serpentine belt.

Also check power steering belt under steering column, and also the rotor and chain, thei do not make whining noise , but can make noise when accelerating.

The belt is first suspect.

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