whistling noise from engine will be caused by a leaky gasket,sucking air. this is usually the intake manifold gasket
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The whistling sound is the turbochargers at work.. The turbines inside the turbos creates the whistling sound as the exhaust gasses pass by each blade of the hot turbine and the cold turbine blades drive air into the engine.
It should be OK so long as the water has not frozen somewhere along the line.
Not sure what it is, mine is doing the same thing it sounds like. I am getting a whistling noise from the front right of the engine most all the time now, if i rev the engine.
The Camry could have a vacuum leak. If there is a vacuum leak, then there can be a whistling sound until the vacuum system is full of air.
check if you have an aftermarket turbo LOL
Your engine probably has a vacuum leak
A bad compressor belt can cause a whistling noise while running the air conditioner. A bad engine can also cause this noise.
The 47 is only used in Ram trucks, Dakota's, and Grand Cherokees
Generally, when a car whistles on acceleration, it indicates there is a leak on the intake manifold, causing the engine to suck air which makes the whistling sound Car whistling sound may be audible due to a leak in the vacuum line or a gasket. The whistling noise changes with the acceleration of car. To resolve this problem check your engine gasket and vacuum line with a mechanic to find the leakage.
"Whistling" sounds are generally vacuum leaks. Start around the EGR valve and/or air intake de-icing assembly.
A version of the 3.0L diesel in the Sprinter is a available in certain Jeep Grand Cherokees.
In cold temperatures yes, once the engine is at operating temperatures or in warm temperatures no.
I know from owning two that at the very least, some Jeep Grand Cherokees have straight 6 engine. i do not know about other models.
sounds like a vacuum leak some where in the system
I have a recent engine knock on my 91 escort started out intermittant. I have a recent engine knock on my 91 escort started out intermittant.
According to the 2013 Dodge Challenger Owner's Manual:Engine Oil Viscosity - 3.6L EngineSAE 5W-20 engine oil is recommended for all operating temperatures.Engine Oil Viscosity - 5.7L EngineSAE 5W-20 engine oil is recommended for all operating temperatures.
Google started in 1996
coz the engine cant get the required ignition in that low temp
it could be the idler puller rubbing on the bearings. we had to replace it on our 2006 Chevy trailblazer ext.
The normal engine operating temperature, for a 3306 Caterpillar diesel engine, is 180 degrees. The engine should not be operated at temperatures above 200 degrees.
A factor of miles, engine hours, average speed, temperatures. It does not directly measure the oil though.A factor of miles, engine hours, average speed, temperatures. It does not directly measure the oil though.