Check oil level
Check oil pressure with a mechanical gauge Improper oil pressure going to hydraulic lifters and/or engine sludge causing blockage of oil flow to lifters. Get an engine flush and oil change and see if that helps, if it doesn't get the truck to a mechanic as the problem maybe much more serious.
A tapping noise in a 2002 Camaro could indicated noisy lifters. Make sure that the oil level is full, and the oil is clean and recently changed. Lifter quieting additives can help reduce the noise some.
If coolant level is correct - could be a defective sensor
could be linkage adjustment or low fluid level in gearbox
Check the oil level, if it is full, you got problems, don't drive it.
There could be various reasons for the tapping. My first inclination would be to check the oil dipstick level and be certain that the oil has been changed. Worn out dirty oil will wear out a motor fast. You could need the valves adjusted or something replaced in the valve train. However, it could be something more serious. If it is louder than just a mere tapping, I would say that you possibly have a rod knocking. If you catch this early enough, then it could be fixed by a mechanic with a few parts. If you wait too long, then the rod could eventually eat through your engine wall. The only safe way to fix that would be to replace the engine block or the whole engine.
check gearbox oil level first could be low on fluid dextron 2
how do you check transmission fluid level in a 2001 chevy metro
Check the vac line it runs under the battery to a ball on the drivers side fender up front it could be chaffed .
Check your coolant level.
Take a look at the oil level. Pull the dip stick and check where the oil level is. You may only be low in oil. Is the engine tapping? If not, take a look at the oil pressure switch. Does it have alot of oil around it? You may want to replace it. If you do have a tap in the engine, you may want to have the oil pump checked for output pressure. Hope this helps.
It evolves with high friendship. It could be to level 50-60. Or you could be lucky and it could happen at level 16-32.
ck your oil level make sure it is up to the top line........................you have a clasped lifter does it quite down when it gets warm
It is in the tank with the pump.
The transfer case fluid on a 1985 Chevy Suburban should come to the bottom of the filler hose. It must be on a level surface to accurate measure fluid levels.
That is referred to as "back dating" and it is illegal at the federal level.
Check your oil level.
Is the engine tapping when running? If not, check the oil level. If the oil level is at the full mark on the dip stick, then check the oil sending switch. My just need to replace it. Easy fix if that is your problem.
The highest level you could get to is level 138 as far as I know.
the fuel level sensor is located in the fuel tank with the fuel pump
Unscrew oil level fill plug. Fluid should be level with bottom of plug
If your Impala jerks while going up hills, it could be low on transmission fluid. If it does not do it on level ground, check the fluid and replace the filter.
Same place you check the fluid level.
Same place you check the level.
Inside the fuel tank.