Usually there will be a very loud rhytmic knocking sound coming from the block (entire engine) and sometimes through the exhaust in time with the rise of one piston. The engine will have an uneaven speed when cranking, but may or may not make noise until running. You will have a noticable loss of power and may have other complications if the piston is contacting the head or valves. Only a good mechanic can tell you whether you have a spun bearing, valve train problems, rod knock, broken rings, etc. so I would recommend that you have a reputable shop do a free inspection before jumping to conclusions. Good luck!
That would require you to take the engine apart and inspect all the engine bearings to know for sure. It would be easy to notice a spun bearing.
Not really. The sure tell is to pull the pan and start taking off rod and main caps.
This is almost always indicative of wear in the bearings that support the ends of the s/c shaft. It is about the only thing that goes wrong with the s/c - which is generally a good unit. Some shops will tell you that you must replace the whole thing - they are either lazy, incompetent or trying to take your money. There are places that will change the bearings on the shaft and it is fairly straightforward to do and not terribly expensive. The only trick is that GM will tell them the bearings are not available. This is when a good shop will take the bad bearing out and source the part themselves from a bearing supply specialist. I know an owner of a well established used car dealership who stocks a few of these bearings all the time and if he gets a s/c 3800 car in, he is all set to do a bearing swap with no fuss and little labour just to be sure his customers are kept happy.
usually that problem is caused by a leaking head gasket. The only way to find out is to have a mechanic do a leak down test on all cylinders. This will tell you which cylinder is leaking.
yes just buy the belt for it and tell them it has no air and use the routing diagram under the hood for the one without air
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You can tell when your wheel bearings need replacing is when they are making unusual noises. For example: squealing, groaning, chirping or cracking noises. If this happens, get it checked out right away.
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The bearing size is stamped into each bearing halve.
take the oil filter off. CAREFULLY cut the top of the filter off, remove the filter element, and cut it to stretch is out. if you see 'metal flakes' in the filter element or in the bottom of the filter case itself, chances are you have a bad bearing. the oil will look like 'metallic paint'. hope this helps!!!
sorry to have to tell you this but the bearings are part of the wheel hub and sealed within. you need to change the entire hub. $$$$$$$
cars have lots of bearings rod, mains, in the engine and the suspension has wheel bearings also first you have 2 know wich ones r the problem then i can tell u firstname.lastname@example.org
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Noise is the most telltale sign of bad wheel bearings. Specifically, a rumbling or growling noise while the car is moving, often louder during turns at a low speed, indicates that the bearings need repair or replacement.
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I would suggest that you connect all components in series. That is, + of the first battery to - of the second. + of that battery to the switch and the second terminal of the switch to the motor. The last wire from the motor back to the - of the first battery. To reverse direction of the motor just swap the leads. There are many factors that will also affect speed such as how the motor is connected to the wheels, type of bearings, even the width and diameter of the wheels. Good luck and have fun!
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Bearings where, motor, wheel ? In either case, they can go bad that quickly and without notice. Sometimes things just happen. Engine bearings go almost immediately with no oil. Blocked oil passage or bad oil pump will do it. A wheel bearing can have been dry for a while without making noise and then seize up. You could also be being scammed. Engine bearings will knock if only a little bad and a wheel bearing will squeal or lock the wheel.
The motor needs to be diagnosed to find the exact problem . If the cost of repairs is more than a replacement, then the motor is deemed bad.
"clicking" when taking turns -- indicates CV joint is going bad
i have a mercury outboard motor the serial# is G034632
unplug motor run fused jumper from batt and touch to two wire plug on motor
depends on what motor 80 to 120. 8v 16v? tell year, and what motor 8v and 16v and will tell flywheel brake horse power.