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I did the timing belt on mine last weekend and had this same sound immediately after. It is the timing belt rubbing on that plastic shield. It'll go away after a few miles, at least it did for me. But, it took maybe 5 miles A very easy way to diagnose the problem is to apply some belt dressing to the serpentine belt. If the sound goes away, replace the belt. Another possibility is that the pulleys are worn out. Diagnose this by spraying them with WD-40. A failing Alternator will also whine constantly as they fail A freshly tight timing belt will whine for a bit.. But an oooold pulley with a freshly tight timing belt will whine a lot, and continue to until you replace it, (the pulley) I'm looking for some suggestions on the source of this whine coming from the timing belt area. I've just changed the timing belt along with the idler.. Set the spray bottle to stream and spray a directed stream on the belt wherever it goes around a pulley and see if you can get the squeak to go away or change. If you find a location that, when wet with a little water, will change the noise then you can simply change the belt and the noise will likely go away

The timing chain in an engine performs a very important function: it links the crankshaft and camshaft. Nylon gears and timing belts perform the same function on some makes and models. The intake and exhaust valves open and close in respect to the rotation of the crankshaft, which controls the strokes of the piston. The whine seems to be coming either from the #2 idler pulley or from the front cam gear itself. When I push in on the black plastic timing belt cover (on the front) the noise seems to go away. When I pull out on the black plastic cover, the noise gets louder. Could the bearing supporting the front cam gear actually go bad

When the timing belt is too loose, the result would be a rattling noise. It is recommended to check the timing belt tension if you are experiencing a whining noise. Servicing your timing belt is usually accompanied by the replacement of the water pump and accessory belts, or sometimes the seals The second thing I noticed was engine vibration at low RPMs that seems to go away at higher Rs. The motor mounts were replaced at 70K miles (14k ago) with the updated Turbo mounts. Is the timing belt whine normal for new belts, rollers and pump? Does it sound like the balance shaft belt was installed correctly

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yikes!! thats you timing belt/tentioner rubbing against the plastics. Also make sure you put the spacer in between the crank and the crank pulley. Look at the timing cover plastics should see rubbing. I could be wrong, but thats what it sounds like to me i have a gates racing timing belt myself and have this whirring/whining sound. it's not loud like some have described, but if you're outside the car near the engine you can hear it a little bit. 3 mechanics told me that gates timing belts are noisy naturally but as the belt stretches the sound will go away. doesn't seem like a problem to me Discussion Starter · #1 · Aug 24, 2016. Hello, I had the timing belt replaced on a 2005 Honda Pilot by a mechanic who used the Aisin kit, which includes the timing belt, water pump, tensioners, and pulleys. He also replaced the serpentine belt. The car has 105,000 miles and it is the first belt change. The belt showed no signs of cracks and.

Hey guys, I've been having this problem ever since I had the water pump, timing belt, and accessory belts changed but I just assumed it would go away after a while. I've been driving on these fresh parts for ~3k miles but the whining/whirring sound at idle is still there. If I rev my engine, it kind of sounds like a supercharger My '200 Valk with 14000 miles sometimes makes a high pitch engine speed related noise which sounds to me to like a bearing whine that seems to be coming from within the timing belt cover. It begins about 2500rpm & diminishes and goes away after 4,000rpm My father has a 97 850 t5, 205KM and recently he has been having a very loud and high pitched squealing noise coming for the timing belt area.It is only audible at idle,and goes away after the engine warms up. Note, If you rev up in park, it instantly goes away as long as you have your foot on th.. Not one of the bearings for the engine, the bearings for the accessories, ie alternator, powersteering pump, ac or bearings for the timing belt. Start by taking the accessories out of the equation by removing serpentine belt and run engine for a little bit. If the noise is gone then you know it's from one of those

Serpentine belts used to last about 50,000 miles in older vehicles. However, the newer serpentine belts are made from highly durable synthetic rubber. The scientific name of this material is ethylene propylene diene terpolymer or EPDM for short. If your serpentine belt is made from EPDM, then it can last up to 100,000 miles When I go to reinstalled the belt I pull the tensioner again and manage to incremented the ratchet. Belt in place, go to release tension and the ratchet jams up against the engine mount. Use a pry bar to free the ratchet, but of course now the square head of the ratchet decided today is a good day to jam itself into the socket on the tensioner arm 8,529 Posts. #20 · Mar 16, 2011. The tensioner works off of oil pressure. This is why the noise isn't as bad at idle when it first starts to whine but does get louder as the rpms rise. I found that if I dropped it into 2nd going 25-30mph, the noise was the best heard Seems to go away as I step on gas and makes itself apparent when slowing down or at a complete stop. Pitch slightly changes with rev of the engine. Very noticeable when no background noise present. I had the belts replaced and a complete maintenance service done. Not the timing belt. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated Want to crank the starter from under the hood? Use this tool from Amazon → http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0009XQUKW/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&ca..

Kaitlyn. Hi Everyone. I have a 2001 Ford fiesta 1.6 rsi. I've recently put a new engine in, but I have a whine that seems to be coming from the belt side, to rule out a list of things it could be, I took off the serpentine belt and the noise is still there. The whine is proportional to the rpm I have a 2004 330ci. Just this week, when I start the car I get a high-pitched whine, sounding I think like the belts. The sound will go away after a few minutes. I changed the serpentine and AC belts about 3 months ago. Since it has automatic tensioners, how can I verify if it is the belts..

Discussion Starter · #1 · 30 d ago. One last thing to fix, I have a brand new power steering pump, resealed ve inj pump. I have the dreaded gear whine rignht where the injection pump gear is at. The only way Iever got it to go away is to push it has far foward and pushing hard has I can on inj pump. But timing ended up to far advanced When I first bought the car in March there was a slight whining noise that would go away after the car warmed up. Now the whining noise is constant. I have sprayed belt lube and the noise doesn't go away. The belt looks brand new. Could this be a pulley problem and if so is the a expensive fix That's why it's a good idea to replace the timing belt BEFORE it breaks. The good news is; the engine in a '97 Celica is not an interference engine, and it won't be wrecked by a broken timing belt. You didn't tell us the mileage on this car, so it's hard to say whether or not it's worth it to replace the timing belt and. Preferably the 5 o' clock because of where that spring is. The belt can jump because you are going from 0 to 1500 rpm in less than a second and that's a crazy amount of force on the belt. If the belt was not seated and/or tensioned properly it will jump once you go and start the engine. Good luck with the re-install Slipped the Aux belt off and whine has disappeared. Got another chirping noise, so as its 10 years gonna change the timing belt anyway and hope its an idler. Back to checking the Aux idler and tensioner, they spin nicely but not freely suggesting bearings are good and still have grease in them with no play

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UPDATE.-Timing belt has been loosend however noise still remains-----ive had my timing belt replaced and now it seems to be making this strange sort of noi.. Since a timing belt job also involves at least one other belt (balancer shaft belt?) and sometime (usually?) the 2 accessory belts as well (A/C, Alternator, PS) it's possible that it's another belt that is causing the problem. My 93 has had a terrible whine since the last timing belt change, and I think it's the power steering belt

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Whenever it was turned on on a cold day it would make a slight hiss/whine that would stay in sync with the engine but within a block or two of driving or after it was warmed up the sound would go away. I never found out exactly what was causing the sound but after we got the timing belt replaced the sound went away completly Stereo Making Whining Noise. If your Outback's stereo is making a whining noise, it is usually caused by a condition known as alternator whine. Alternator whine is a product of a drop in voltage between the radio and the alternator itself. It is usually way more noticeable on the A.M band of the radio Take the belt off and spin all of the pulleys. the bad component should be obvious. high pitch whine is usually alternator bearing for the 98 3800 its timkin part# 100ccab or it can be the power steering pump(but the pitch will change as your steering if it is that) water pump, idler and tensioner pulleys(if you have to change either one, replace the tensioner itself). if you have the. i purchased a yamaha 115 tlr 8/10 on third trip out i started gettig a squealing noise at idle or *****ing speed. this was on and off at first i thought it sounded like a bearing. i took to a yamaha repair shop and was told they had gotten a notice from yamaha about this and it was the timing belt and would go away with time. well it hasnt it has only gotten worst. to the point i have returned. Recently had my 105K maintenance done which was water pump and timing belt plus whatever other misc belts go with that. Had it done at an indepentdent shop. Since the job was done we have noticed a high pitched whine that increases in pitch with RPM or speed that we drive (literally sounds like a jet engine whine). I took it back to the independent shop and he suggested it was our transmission.

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5 Posts. Discussion Starter · #5 · Sep 11, 2011. My X is an automatic, the noise I am speaking of I don't think is coming from the serpentine belt, I have read that some of the engines with the timing chain instead of a belt have some kind of problem with something wearing (don't recall what it is) and causes the whine hi, if the noise is coming from the tensionor it is not because it is frozen , what happen is the chain wear the tensionor down to the metal and then when the chain hits the metal part of the tensionor it makes the noise , you can check this be removing the drive belt and then running the engine, if the noise gose away then it is not the chain , if you still have he noise then you will have to. Those with square teeth and those with round teeth. When replacing the timing belt it is IMPERATIVE to determine which kind you have. One kind of belt on the other kind of gear will whine. Sounds just like a supercharger. I found out the hard way. The wrong belt went 12,000 miles before it finally stripped out I had timing replaced about 2 months ago. then about 6 weeks ago replaced power steering fluid with Amsoil PSF. I go some air in the rack but did a bleed about 2 weeks later, to try to get it all out. The first problem that I noticed was a vibration on slow turns especially with bumps in the terrain

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The timing belt is supposed to run dry. No belt dressings or other sprays are called for. Not sure what silicone your mechanic used, but hopefully it won't cause problems. All gear drive systems have a characteristic whine of some sort, and the timing belt is no exception, although it typically subsides as hours accumulate and the belt breaks in High Pitched whine. Jump to Latest Follow 1 - 9 of 9 Posts. S (noise should go away or change when you hit the clutch) it is probably a timing belt tensioner or idler pulley. have the belts and tensioners serviced right away. when was the last time it was done, or how many miles do you have vs the recommended service interval.

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Timing belt and H2O pump at 89k So about 3 weeks ago started it at work to go home and hear this whine sound coming from under the hood. I hear it in park and in drive. Loudest between 800 rpm (idle) and 1800 rpm driving. I can't tell if it goes away after that or if it's just muffled by engine noise Hi bro, it sounds like you have a timing belt/balance belt too tight, to check run the car till it gets hot, IE normal operating temp. then remove the front top timing cover, at the longest runs of each belt, you should be able to turn the belt 90 deg from the plane of rotation I have a 2002 Acura 1.7 EL and have been getting whining noise for the past six months. Worse on accelerating. Silicon spray on the belt did not help. The technician at Burrard Acura in Vancouver says it is timing belt and I should replace it at the cost of $1100. 1 - 8 of 8 Posts Toyota puts timing chains on its interference engines and timing belts on non-interference engines. My 91 Warrior had over 200,000 miles when I bought it. Not knowing its history, I immediately changed out the timing belt, all the other belts, plugs, rotor, water pump, distributor cap, radiator hoses, engine oil, oil filter, air filter. Did you have the A/C compressor changed and/or find/fix this whining noise? I have the exact same noise on a 2001.5 V6. There's a whine w/ the serpentine belt on, but not when its off. My A/C compressor pulley is also the only one that when turned by hand makes a noise. Constant whine when the car is running, but it changes pitch w/ the A/C on

Joined Jun 9, 2012. ·. 13 Posts. Discussion Starter · #1 · Jun 18, 2012. Well, I was finally able to pick up my new-to-me Goldwing this past Saturday. I started off with the first thing recommended by many and changed the timing belts. I followed the recomended and provided instructions to the letter. I still feel however that the tension is. Discussion Starter · #1 · Feb 8, 2011. 2006 Odyssey with 90,000 miles. Under acceleration ONLY, there is an electrical sounding high pitch whine coming from underneath the hood. It happens in all gears and the faster the RPMs, the louder and higher frequency the whine gets. It's not a screaching loud whine, but rather a background sounding. Use a wire brush to clear the pulley's grooves. 5. Serpentine Belt Repair and Cost. Replacing the belt is relatively inexpensive, especially if you've decided to do it yourself. Expect to pay anywhere between $30 and $60 dollars or more for the belt, depending on your car model; plus $100 to $200 or more for labor Joined Sep 30, 2008. ·. 843 Posts. #13 • Sep 15, 2009. Your belt should NOT change, if you have tensioned it properly in the first place, it should remain that way. Check your auxillary belts and theyre pulley's i.e Alternator and powersteering. Otherwise its your tensioner, possible faulty waterpump etc It is possible to use gear driven camshafts. Some high performance racing engines use this method as do some diesels. Cam timing is very critical and related to both crankshaft and piston speed. Gear drives offer precise timing with both greater l..

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Sometimes the whine will go away when the belt stretches. If you have more questions let me know.How do I replace Timing Belt On Chrysler Lebaron?do yourself a favor and buy a manual for it and it will tell what marks to line upHow do I replace Timing Belt On Chrysler Lebaron?its a pretty easy one as far as belts go you will ned to take the. New belt will be the same or its wrong. I do this when the marks are hard to see or its a close tolerace engine. You cannot mess up with this process. The new belt will have all the marks just line it to the gears. You are done. Do not tightend the timing belt to much or it will whine. Sometimes the whine will go away when the belt stretches

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5. Spray the belt dressing directly onto the belt. With the engine running, spray the belt dressing directly onto the back of the fan belt. As the engine runs, the fan belt will be moving quickly, so you can leave the can in one place and spray onto the belt as it spins The whine seems to come from the passenger side near the wheel well or the bottom right engine/ crank area. The pitch does increase with rpm but not immediately if that makes sense? Its not like how an alternator whine increases exactly with RPM. Once the coolant gauge hits exactly 3 o clock the noise simply goes away If it is nearly time for a routine timing belt replacement (every 60,000 to 105,000 miles or so depending on the car), you might want to have that done at the same time as the water pump, because timing belt service is one of the rare occasions when a water pump is easy to get to Hi, guys, im new here, and i have qustin for all DIY guys. i did a terrible mistake when i was removing old timing belt. i was following manual for EJ202 SOHC and i removed those 2 bottom idlers without blocking tensioner and my tensioner immediately jumped my cam by around 25 deg and cranckshaft around 2-3 teeth. so i was turning back my camshaft and i was unable to turn it by hand, my guess.

1,739 Posts. #7 · Dec 16, 2014. ^ I second this.. use a 3/16 drive ratchet and turn counter clockwise to loosen the belt tensioner. Turn on your truck on and listen for the whine and then shut it off after a few moments - enough to decide if it's internal or external It could be chain or belt driven. Originally a belt driven motor was quieter compared to a chain. Chains often last 500k or life of car compared to belts that need replacement at 60-105k. Some timing belts are quick and easy to do I rather prefer belts ( most sohc 4 cylinder) and some I hate with a passion (vw/Audi v6 motors)

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After doing the time belt Job 4 years ago and after 30 k miles the time belt became loud when cold. Last for about 5 minutes then goes away( flapping against the cover,) also when driving uphills or revving up the motor I can hear some noise like if the belt was Somehow loose. As far as I know.. Wish it were under better circumstances. Had the timing belt replaced on my '05 Forester XT on March 1. Noticed a loud whine that went up and down with RPM. Was warned to keep an ear out that my power steering pump may need replacing and that there was a bit of noise from it. This whine went away after 10 minutes of driving when the car would. Timing Tensioner problem of the 2008 Nissan Maxima 1. Failure Date: 03/30/2019. The timing chain tensioners prematurely wear, causing a whining noise as the chain rubs against the tensioner while the vehicle is turned on. This wear eventually grinds through the tensioner resulting in complete engine failure which can lead to a crash or injury Loosen the bolt in the belt tensioner and move it away from the belt and tighten the bolt enough to keep the tensioner from moving. Remove the timing belt. Install the new timing belt from the right crank sprocket up and on the inside of the idler pulley, over the cam sprocket and down through the inside of the tensioner

On my old 1997 Tacomacw/5 speed trans. The high pitched whine turned out to be the Pilot Bearing in transmission! Wheel Bearing will whine, Water Pump will, Driveshaft will, especially w/Carrier Bearing support. Agree to run it in 4 high and replace Carrier ASAP!! Mark helpful. Content submitted by Users is not endorsed by CarGurus, does not. Then use the 18MM socket and remove the 3 bolts holding the bracket onto the engine. 4. Get a 1/2 drive ratchet and put it on the tensioner, and then release the tension on the belt. 5. Start the engine and listen for the noise, some codes will be set because the BARO and MAP are unplugged The timing chain tensioner is responsible for keeping the proper tension on you timing chains. It does this by keeping constant pressure on the guide rail. Do you hear a whine? yes In that case, you may have serious transmission problems. does the noise go away? if so, it is the drive belt and not the timing components. be sure to run. The second noise is somewhere between 2500 to 4000 rpms, the belt will make a whining noise similar to the noise a supercharger makes. If anyone has had the timing belt done on their car recently and is hearing these noises, take it back to the dealership, or wherever you had it done, explain to them the noise Step 4 - Pinpoint the noise. Narrowing down where the noise is coming from helps in the diagnosis. Listen to your engine with the stethoscope to pinpoint where the noise is coming from. If the noise is a sawing type, listen to the timing belt cover. If it is tapping, listen on the valve cover and injectors

We recommend Parts Geek or Advance Auto Parts for the best prices and selection. It is very inexpensive to replace a serpentine belt whether it's broken or loose. The replacement cost is only going to be between $100 and $200 in most cases. The belt itself will cost between $25 and $80 while the labor costs will probably be between $75 and $120 Passat (B5) :: 2002 1.8T - Ticking Noise After Replacing Timing Belt Oct 16, 2011. I had the Timing belt, roller, tensioner, belts, etc replaced and I am getting this funny ticking noise after the engine tuns on. It seems to go away after the engine warms up but not all the time. I have the AWM engine and bought the kit from ECS tuning I was noticing a whine and a rough start on my Frontier for a week or so, and I was due a tune up so I got that done thinking that the whine would go away. It actually got worse, so I did some. If you go the other way, the belt will be sandwiched against the edge of the rear timing cover. b.Note the off-center idler pulley to the right of the lower balance shaft pulley. This idler/keeper pulley should be set with the blue dot at the 3 o'clock position then turn it clockwise so that the pulley lightly rides on the belt where it enters.

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The timing belt I got had one mark that was kind of between teeth. This threw me off and freaked me out a bit, even though the cam and crank marks were lining up after every revolution. The timing marks on the belt are only accurate for installation, they will not line up after 2 rotations, or 4, or 7, or 18, etc Registered. Joined Jan 4, 2008. ·. 106 Posts. #3 • Jan 28, 2008. if its a whine relative to engine rpm and not with the overall mph of the car, i would lean towards the throwout bearing. typically it can have a squeal or a loose metal gristly sound, or chirp whan you let off the cllutch in shifting. does the sound go away when the clutch is. The timing belt tensioner can not be seen without having the timing belt cover off. It can't leek, the bearing may be bad though. It is a fair amount of work to replace as you are doing the same work as replacing the timing belt. You may want to get that diagnosis clarifie Good Afternoon everybody, this Toyota Camry has a whining noise that in in sync with engine, removed belt and check all pulleys and ok, turned engine on and noise is present and rises and falls with engine speed, only place I can think of that would make a whining noise from inside engine is the balance shaft, but the vehicle has only 38k miles on it and looks well maintained, family membe visionguru said: From the video, it sounds like a bearing. There seems some lateral movement at the belt tensioner. (1) Took the belt off, and ran the engine. The noise should disappear. (to rule out timing belt components) (2) With engine off, rotate all the pulleys in the path and feel if there is any wobble

I decided to go forward and install them anyway since the parts these were replacing were original parts with 230,000miles, and I figured that anything was better than that. I figured wrong. Upon first fire, there was a supercharger-like whine that led me to believe the belt was just too tight Here's more on a timing chain vs a timing belt. It'll often sound like a deeper whine than a bad alternator. Honda Amaze VX CVT Diesel BS6 Model Price in India starts with Rs {prices}. If this does stop the noise, there's more on this directly below. Timing belts are made out of rubber and nylon, unlike a timing chain which looks a lot like a bicycle chain. Explore Amaze with features. The system is Car 1: 93 Acura Legend LS Coupe Car 2: 2008 Honda Ridgeline Car 3: 2009 Kia Borrego. If the whining noise goes away when the a/c is switched off and comes back when the a/c is switched on, it will be the a/c compressor causing the whining noise. If the noise goes away or decreases, then the timing belt is part of the problem. 78,000 Miles QX56 With Whining Noise At Startup. Timing chain options include both standard and. Average repair cost is $1,630 at 92,700 miles. Timing belts are made out of rubber and nylon, unlike a timing chain which looks a lot like a bicycle chain

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