Secondly is this knock only heard on cold start up or now as you describe. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. This causes the vehicle to intermittently not start, and stop. I had not even reach the first payment and all this happening. There is a recall for defective timing chain on 2001 l series.
The owners manual did not list a radio fuse on either box. The repair has not yet been completed but will require new cam shaft, lifters, head bolts, gasket kit. Repair shop said it would have take the entire front gauge panel off to determine problem. Drive it around for about 30-40 miles and then change the oil. When I attempt to accelerate, and the car starts revving, the sounds also become faster. Radio Problem My radio is out on my 2004 Silverado.
I was surprise that they are willing to work something out. It is possible you have a cracked exhaust pipe or something else loose that is rattling against a pipe. Have tried blocking up the rear end and putting the truck in gear to try and isolate the sound but it does not make the sound like this and it seems to upset the traction control sensors. It consumes zero oil in 3000 miles so it's good shape. For example: a car that originally called for 5w30 when the mileage gets up past 100K, you can use 10w30. But if it is a rod it could go at anytime, if not, than the tick is a result of some other less serious mechanical contact. This is the closest analogy I have.
To look that nice and to have that ticking sound coming from it is not a good feeling at all. The alternator has power going to it regardless of the key position. This ticking noise drives me and my wife crazy and everybody asks us about it. How To Repair Once the noisy cylinders have been located, the head will have to come off next. General motors has got a major problem with these trucks. Might be the source also. Cant understand a word you are saying! This stuff is a Marine product that is petroleum based that is good for cleaning out clogs or sludge in the engine and valves or lifters.
Answer I'd focus on the starter. When I open the hood I see the engine shaking. Otherwise, there might be a wire pinched and shorting out in the steering column. The first noise you described sounds like valve lifter noise. Gm customers need to be able to get ahold of some upper level management to discuss their problems and address their concerns on timely manner.
I drove the vehicle for around 98,000 miles. A loose piston pin, for example, causes a sharp double knock usually heard when the engine is idling, or during sudden acceleration then deceleration of the engine. Shouldnt be a problem as long as its no … t knocking badly. During idling, the engine starts making clicking sounds. I got the throttle body cleaned and checked.
I haven't had my problem fixed yet, don't have the money to, really, but it's very annoying when you're outside the car. The truck drives very good, but when im in idle I get engine vibration and a ticking sound. All I can figure out is that it stops when I turn off the air conditioner. The battery went dead and had to be jumped two days ago. It almost sound like the noise come from other part other than the engine itself; in other other words, there's not harmony between engine sound and the knocking sound. Also the same thing happens when hot upon start-up.
Fuel pump is part of an assembly which must be replaced all at once. Today the morning temp was 56 degrees and will get to 83 degrees. I would try changing oil and go to 10W30 or 15W40 if you live in a warmer climate. Look for the boot that is ripped open. I took my car to an automotive shop where the hooked up a machine to see why the check engine light had come on. The noise is very much more discernible now, and moving from cylinder to cylinder with a screwdriver or other listening tool, you can locate which cylinder has the noise.
Were the bearings sized correctly to the crank? Easily remedied by a set of new lifters. It gets worse the faster I go. Depending on the idle smoothness, when the transaxle is in gear, the noise may or may not appear. If your battery has tested good, have your alternator tested for a current draw; this is a common problem. Maybe you were just looong overdue for oil change.
Every once in a while a lifter would make noise. I have a 1998 Chevy Z71 truck -- I just drove it 300 + miles - all ran good then two days later a hose busted - fixed it. If they had a 12volt oil pump for startup I think it would work fine. The dealer recommended a new fuel pump since I did not tell them about the gas. My 97 burb has 110k miles on it and has had cold start knocking from day one. Only minor repairs, oil changes, etc. The use of thicker oil and cold temperature exaggerate this problem since it takes longer to get oil to the lifters.