Sounds like a loose or worn belt
Loose belt - will sound like a screeching noise.
Sounds like a loose or worn belt, alternator or fan tends to do that when they get worn or loose.
sounds like the alternator belt is loose, check it out and let me know.
It is probably a belt noise. The belt is probably loose, have it tightened. If that does not fix it you can try some stuff called belt dressing, sold at auto parts stores.
It sounds like the fan belt is slipping. Try tightening up the fan belt, or try rubbing resin on the fan belt to give it more friction.
Sounds like a loose alternater belt.
Belts squeak because they are loose. First fix that. The boom noise is the loose belt slapping around and hitting something. Losing power happens because the lose belt causes your generator to stop working. When the electricity goes off, it tells your computer, "Something is drastically wrong." The computer then slows down the engine.
This sounds like you have a loose or worn drive belt. Check all the belts and their tension.This sounds like you have a loose or worn drive belt. Check all the belts and their tension.
Sounds like a loose timing chain.
if it was like my 99, then a belt was worn out, and will cause a chirping noise, if it is in the engine compartment, it is very likely to be a belt
iwhat does the noise sound like. most likely a worn belt or belt tensioner if its a high pitched squealing noise.
This sounds like a belt. Either it is loose or glazed over. Either have the belt adjusted or replaced, or you can try some belt dressing, commonly sold at auto parts stores.
The belt cover may have been installed incorrectly and either the belt or crank pulley could be hitting it, the belt may have been installed too tight or incorrectly also.
Sounds like a loose accessory belt or a bad belt tensioner.
Tones are constant single note sounds, like eeeeeeeeeee. Noise is like running water kshhhhhhhh
AnswerSounds like a loose or worn accessory drive belt. there are two belts, check the one going to the a/c compressor, you should be able to turn the belt about half way around, if it's too loose or tight, adjust it, if that doesn't work, replace the belt.
This sounds like a classic case of the belt tension being incorrect. The pump is loaded when turning to full lock in either direction and causes the belt to slip when to loose. Adjust the belt and the noise should go away. If it is excessively worn it may pay to replace the belt.
I'm not a mechanic but these are the culprits that I've experienced: 1. If you turn off the AC and there is no more noise then: a. Your compressor belt may be loose. Check the tension of the belt near the AC compressor. If the belt seems loose a +/- 1/2 inch give then it's too loose. If the Belt is so tight you cant move it an 1/8th inch, too tight.. could damage pulley. b. The Compressor pulley might be bad. Have a mechanic check it. Compressor parts can go bad and they work hard in extreme hot states like Texas. If it's not a belt, I'd pay to have the compressor checked. If you dont then live with the sound and when the pulley dies, deal with it? :)
sounds like a loose belt, glaze belt
The town tune is the noise you hear when you talk to someone or the noise you hear when it's been an hour. If you don't like it then you can change it in the town hall.
check on www.nhsta.com and see if the front end has a recall problem. I own a 2001 LS and is currently experiencing the same problem. Does it sounds like loose bolts?
Check your anti sway bar linkage. There are small ball joints on either end and they will wear out making a noise like you are describing.
Bad belt tensioner idler wheel, and serpentine belt.
When a timing belt is going bad it can make a high-pitched screeching sound. It can sound like a high-pitch whirring noise. Not all timing belts make a noise when they are worn or going bad.