Causes of Engine Noise?

Answer No car owner wants to hear the engine start to emit unusual sounds. Not only annoying to the owner, these noises can also indicate other issues plaguing the car. Educate yourself about the various ... Read More »

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What Are the Causes of Loud Noise When the Engine Starts?

When it comes to cars, the unexpected is usually bad and changes in state are almost always for the worse. The following are some of the more common sounds made by a worn engine at start up. Some ... Read More »

What Causes My 2002 Yukon's Engine to Make a Tapping Noise While Warming Up?

General Motors produces the Yukon. The Yukon comes with a variety of options, such as the XL package, Denali package, or four wheel drive. The 2002 Yukon has had recalls, such as structural, brake ... Read More »

Causes of Fan Belt Noise?

The fan belt in your car is most commonly going to be a serpentine belt that provides power to your cooling fan, air conditioner, power steering, alternator and water pump. Occasionally, some vehic... Read More »

Causes of Clutch Fan Noise?

A working fan clutch improves the efficiency of a vehicle's cooling system and reduces wear on the engine. It's located between the water-pump shaft and the fan and allows the fan to run at lower s... Read More »