Question about 2006 Chevrolet Colorado
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Initially, go back to where you had the brakes replaced/done. Probable faults are:
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Posted on Dec 24, 2008
What you are describing sounds like you have an engine bearing failing. Do not drive it 'till you have it diagnosed and repaired (most times though it's too late when you hear it.)..... Outside chance it could be the trans flex plate but I doubt it.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
Check your transmission fluid, make sure it's at the proper level and that the fluid is bright red and not dark like burgundy. Also make sure the fluid is not foaming up, that could be a sign of the transmission oil filter has fallen or the pump is failing. The other thing to is dirty may be gumming up the pressure line servo. Best thing to do is have the transmission serviced and have them do a pressure line test and if they have to, have them raise the line pressure. That can be done with a tech 2 scanner so call around for a good transmission shop who can do this and not take your wallet for simple things do to keep your transmission from dropping. Good luck and keep me posted, be glad to help.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
A ticking sound is supposed to come when the battery is fully charged and does not require charging, so this extra current is bled off in the form of sparks jumping to the body of the vehicle. Thus the faster you try to go, louder will be the ticking sound since now your dynamo is giving more energy now. Check the charging unit of your vehicle............sodeep
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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