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Dv50f9a8e rattle rattles al the time

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SOURCE: rattle from timing chain/cam advance when starting and under load

Hello sir,

There are three possible reasons why your timing chain is making the rattling noise.
1. Oil pressure is low: The tensioners that keep the timing chain tight are operated by oil pressure so if your oil pressure is low then the tensioner will not be working properly hence your chain will flap around and hit the guides.
2. Tensioner is stuck: If you have alot of oil gunk on your tensioner then the tensioner will be stuck and not extend out all the way to keep the timing chain tight.
3. Tensioner is broken: If your tensioner is mechanically broken then you need to replace it.
Having said that, before you follow this write-up it is a good idea to check your oil pressure. Also, in this write up I will not go over how to replace the tensioner but rather tell you how to clean it while it's still installed.

Posted on Jun 11, 2008

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SOURCE: glove box rattles hood rattles over bumps

there should be adjustment posts on the hood, you could raise those or lower the latching mechanism.

you might also be able to adjust the glove box latch to close tighter

Posted on Jan 05, 2010

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SOURCE: my refrigerator vibrates and rattles from time to

It is normal that when the comprssor runs the vibration of the motor can produce a change reaction resulting in sympathetic vibration of the sub systems. See if the compressor mountings are soft or if the bolts are loose. Tighten them and check. If not you can use good high temperature rating tefflon to be put in between the vibrating coils. You can use any rubbers too provided they are not too soft. These coils may be vibraing and touuching the body or the adjacent coils to produce the noise. I dont think it will be difficult for you so try this out. Good day

Posted on Jul 26, 2010

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SOURCE: 2003 jeep liberty sport 4x4, rattling noise while driving

Possibly a broken ceramic brick inside the catalytic converter.

Posted on Nov 07, 2012

ajauto57
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SOURCE: 2006 kia sorento tensioner rattling after changing timing belt

??? v-6?? need more info.

Posted on Dec 12, 2012

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