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It can be a couple of things 1) the stair arm wheel has bad bearings. You can switch the right and left wheels to see if the problem follows the wheels. 2) make sure the ramp the wheels ride on is clean and it helps to use a clear silicone gel applied lightly on the ramps. 3) if the noise is from inside the front it is likely bearing related but can also be a belt with wear. What type of nose? Is it cyclic? Does speed and resistance change the sound? Does it get louder of quieter as the workout progresses?
If the belt has been changed, the button ramps in the secondary clutch should have been checked. The secondary clutch has 3 ramps that tend to wear, and this will wear the clutch out if not replaced right away. To remove the secondary clutch (rear clutch) remove the clutch cover and belt. Remove the bolt from secondary clutch and pull clutch off. The clutch is on a splined shaft so a puller will not be necessary. To check the ramps inside the clutch, rotate the outer sheave clockwise while holding inner sheave stationary. You should be able to see the ramps, if not they have worn completely gone and the clutch will have to be disassembled. Check this and let me know what you find. I will be happy to assist if you need to disassemble the clutch, Daniel.
Think about this:
Can you supply voltage to the clutch to engage it? Remove the connector and use wire to directly energize the clutch. The only thing that I'm unsure of is whether it is 12 volts.
i have changed the pressure sensor switch on my 2001 PT Cruiser (B). to
find it you will have to put the car on ramps and go under the car
until your under the cross member (right behind the front wheel) it
will be just behind the cross member closer to the driver side wheel.
remember once you remove the sensor gravity will work against you and
power steering fluid will pour out of the sensor hole. and when under a
car there is really no place to go and if your not careful you will have
to resign yourself to being covered in fluid. good luck!
Check the compression and Check for vacuum leaks at the intake manifold for the cylinder
Also the fuel injector can very likely be Dead, and alos make sure that the computer is actually controlling the injector for the dead cylinder, Dont just change parts have someone check the injector by an ohms (resistance) test or a current ramp test for the latter you will need an occilloscope