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You mention a "ticking" sound,,is this from the top or bottom of engine..?
Does the ticking go on acceleration or increase with engine speed..?
A ticking noise from the top usually indicates camshaft/valve noise..
Run your engine until at normal temperature, then turn off and leave for 5 minutes for oil to settle..
Make sure your car is on level ground and check your oil level..wipe dipstick and check it again, make sure you push the dipstick all the way in an re check oil level. Top up if necessary.
The best thing to do is remove old oil filter. Drop the old oil and fit a new filter, top up with new oil, run the car and check oil level again, top up if necessary.
Low oil and old oil can wear thin and cause ticking noise from top of engine, and will also NOT PROTECT your engine...oil is the blood of your car, check levels weekly at most and change every 12 months or as recommended by your car booklet.. Use the BEST oil you can afford.
my sister has given me her body sculpter power slim bm1505... but i have discovered there is no remote or cable ( lost when she moved).. i am enquiring to see if i can purchase the cable and remote from a retailer and how much it would cost..
if you can help i would be a very soon to be slimmer lady ha..
thanks in advance
It is so common that the washing machine can make terrible noise in many ways and is a common fault. In all occasions it is important that your observation is most important and so is vital to the identification /rectification and solution. If you have noticed that machine is vibrating when it is running then the motor /drum suspension has to be inspected. Since these fittings are located on the underside of the machine it is important that you look for the noise with a good inspection lamp. Manually turn the motor and drum and listen for the noise, if so the motor bearings, the drum agitator shaft and fittings must be checked. Also the suspensions which include the shock absorbers and springs, the body clamps must be checked to be in correct alignment and not changed in position. Tightening of the mountingis also very important. Finally in most cases a drop of OIL or smear of grease on the moving parts cane solve most issues.
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clunking from the tranny has nothing to do with the tps or anything even close to it. you may end up needing a new transmission. my friend has the same car as you and apparently they are notorious for having terrible transmissions. do a vaccuum test to diagnose the revving properly
this is the motherboard part number 2252189 it is getting ready to go out but before you replace motherboard make sure the unit is grounded a bad ground can also make the same problem happen check ground at wall and all green wires on or around compressor and door hinges