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have someone check around the bell housing of the transmission to amke sure the dust shield isn't hitting the flywheel and to make sure there are no other problems in that area
I have an 04 Venture that did the same thing. Turned out to be the Engine mounts, apparently it is really common. Since i have gotten them replaced i haven't heard the noise or had a single problem.
Engine temperature rising when the engine is idling is normal. The car is sitting still and no air is entering the engine compartment. This will cause the engine temperature to rise. The cooling fans then come on and the engine returns to a normal temperature. Unless the cooling fans do not bring the temperature down, you have no problems and this is totally normal.
Rough idling and sometimes kills the motor. It could also trip the check engine light to come on.
It's probably misfiring. You would need to diagnose why.
I sat in my car in the driveway with the car idling, waiting for the kids to come out.
check oil pressure with a gauge possible bad pump or engine is tired
go to Pepboys Auto have them pull the code to see what is the code for?
Check the fluid level in the transmission. Sound like a part may be going out inside the torque converter or transmission itself.
That light simply comes on to let you know that you are operating the vehicle economically. You are not accelerating too hard or idling too much to hurt the fuel economy.
Flames will come from the exhaust when raw gas enters the exhaust then ignites. run computer codes for the engine to look for a problem causing the gas to not burn completely.
you might hit a puddle or a big bump that shook the vehicle to make the light come on
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Have it checked for codes. The code should give an indication to the cause.
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The idle is not adjustable.You have other problems if it's idling to fast are to slow.The throttle plates are calibrated / preset at the factory.Is the check engine light on ?? If it is, then you need to have the engine scanned with a engine scanner to check the emission system and sensors. It will also help your idling problem after you repair the problem that made the check engine light come on. If you don't find your problem in that area. then PLEASE ask your question again.
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The most common reason for the oil pressure light to come on when your vehicle is idling, is low oil. Check your engine oil and make sure the oil is up to the full mark on the dipstick.
Could be incorrect oil for the engine, Faulty oil pressure sending unit, Engine is idling to low in drive, Engine has worn bearings, Engine has worn oil pump,
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What color is the smoke? Black - running rich. Bluish - buring oil. White - burning coolant. When you smell the gas, it is inside or outside the minivan? Back of the car or near the front?
It is possible that both cooling fans coming on when the car is idling is normal. The fans are supposed to come on in response to the heat of the engine. So, if the car was idling for a long time, both fans may kick on and there are other conditions which would explain it as well. If it seems that the car is overheating however, you should have it checked out.
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Burning rubber, or screeching the tires, and then accelerating.
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