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Old 04-13-2004, 08:19 PM   #1
 
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I have this weird noise coming from somewhere in front of my car, can't tell where, I'm sort of leaning towards the right side though. Anyways, it only occurs at a certain rpm (no tach) when accelerating fast it isn't there, and when driving not accelerating at all it isn't there either. Doesn't occur when the clutch is in, or when it is in nuetruel only when driving.

if any one has any clue what this sound may be please let me Know

P.S I bought that belt dressing stuff and sprayed it on the alternater belt and the noise is still there

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does it make noes when u turn??
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no, no noise when you turn
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Could it possible be a heat sheild rattle?
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*click* *click* *click* *click* *click* *click* *click* *click* when you go around turns. Get under there and see if you have a ripped boot. If you do, you might as well change the axles because dirt and other debris has already gotten in there. Click the image to open in full size.
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Don't mean to jack your thread but what if click,click,click,click after new axles installed??
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Don't mean to jack your thread but what if click,click,click,click after new axles installed??
then you got bad axles Click the image to open in full size.

its either that or the guy holding you up for your new axles has no bullets in his gun
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maybe your other axle is messed up too
and you need to replace it
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take the heat shield off and see what happends
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check if your cv boot is torn...is there grease all inside your wheel?
a bad cv usually clicks
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ok, Its definitly not the cv joint then, the sound is a sort of rattle, (sounds are so hard to describe)
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It could be the heatshield near your cat. That thing rattled like a **** on my last car.
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perhaps it is something in your tranny clicking since it is coming from the front of your car. if your were in the drivers seat it would appear to be coming from the right side, and it is only occuring when in gear and doesnt happen when turning corners ruling out the CV joint. maybe a body panel in the front right is causing some vibration, or anything up there could be lose making noise. get in there and check it out
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when in the drivers seat I think its coming from the left
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