Check for a bound up alternator, coolant pump or other pulleys. Also make sure to check the Power Steering pulley for broken edges, they are plastic and with age tend to break
The auxiliary drive or serpentine belt (not timing belt)being lose or snapping
Check the allignment of all the pully's.
try replacing the vacuum hose from the brake master cylinder to the intake manifold its a 1/2 in hose
Could be a couple causes for this: * the tensioner may need replacing - not keeping enough tension on the "S" belt * worn (stretched) serp belt - replace ~ every 50 or 60k miles.
the thermostat will make both fans become idle if it is not opening. this happened to me on my 95 3.1 lumina
Try cleaning the intake manifold.
Check the relay.
broken blend door
it could be a serpentine belt or accessory belt.
Old age Frozen or misaligned pulley
Almost every car ever will not start without a serpentine belt. The serpentine bell acts similarly to a pulley. It's movement causes everything else to rotate and move. If you look at an engine, there's a number of circular shapes where the serpentine belt goes. It uses traction to rotate them.
if you dont have any oil in the cars motor that would be a reasin why its knocking
Valve cover gasket needs replacing
It is defective and needs replacing.
Could be many things. If you have snapping and pain either the soft tissue or the cartiligue in the joint is dammaged. Specifically for me, it's degenerative arthritis. Basically, it's the premature break down of the cartiligue in the joint which causes a throbbing pain and swelling.
the belt is ether too old, or a faulty component that is being driven by the belt.
Never flushing & replacing your anti-freeze/coolant...
What causes the generator to burn out after replacing the alternator
The serpentine belt that operates the accessories is loose, or glazed and the squeel you hear is when an extra load is placed on it when the compressor cuts in. Tighten or replace the serpentine belt.
Wire, Switch, Motor, window regulator.
Bent, Broken, or misaligned pulley
the most likely cause would be an improperly tensioned serpentine belt
If it's a "chirping" noise, then you don't have the belt tight enough.