Nothing! It;s just a cool little costume.
Input shaft bearing is probably bad, especially if it is noisy in every gear but 4th
when the earth plates rattle
From your description it sounds like it MIGHT be a bad throwout bearing.
tell me the mileage and i will let you know about the rattle
a rattle snakes rattle is at the end of its tail.
check for loose or worn shock absorbers
its loose tighten the pulley
The possessive form for "the rattle of the snake" is the snake's rattle.
Auroras use only premioum gass
there is plates within the rattle that shake and rub together and little balls that rattle inside the rattle
There is a factory service bulletin (23-024-08) about lubing the door latches and strikers.
BLACK TAIL RATTLE SNAKE CAINEBRAKE RATTLESNAKE EASTERN DIMOND BACK RATTLE SNAKE MASSASAUGA RATTLE SNAKE MOJAVE RATTLE SNAKE PACIFIC RATTLE SNAKE PIGMY RATTLE SNAKE PRARRIE RATTLE SNAKE SIDE WATERS SPECKELED RATTLED SNAKE TIMBER RATTLE SNAKE AND WERSTERN DIMOND BACK RATTLE SNAKE
If its chain driven, Could be the timing chain tensioner! Does it also have a rattle driving the vehicle at around 2000 R.P.M?
What is making the rattle sound? If it is a rattle-snake, the rattle is to warn anything the rattle-snake believes is a danger to the snake, to keep away.
A rattle snake...
Rattle snakes will rattle their tail if they feel threatened
Sometimes the rim isn't tighten all the way which usually causes your shoot to go in and out.
catalytic convertor breaking down, or exhaust touching body or chasis of car
Well, they are born with their rattle. And everytime the snake sheds another rattle is added.
The baby shook his rattle. That was spooky enough rattle your bones.
The Rattle was invented by cavemen.
No a copperhead snake does not rattle.
End of tail
The end sections of the tail are loosely connected - enabling them to vibrate against each other.