Why does the Jeep Cherokee engine contine to make a whirring noise after it is shut off?
Sounds like the cooling fan doing its work. To protect the engine and cooling system, many fans stay on for a short time after engine switch off.
What could cause a whirring noise on your 2001 jeep Cherokee from front end as it is moving seems to happen in colder weather?
I have a 1998 dodge dakota. I had a whirring noise that i thought was the transmission. Was real loud when i accellerated and shifted. it turned out to be the clutch on the fan that draws air thru the radiator was locked up and would make a real loud whirring noise because the clutch wasn't slipping as well as affected performance and shifting. Might check that out....... Good Luck Steve K
Is it normal for a 2004 Chevy Silverado to have a noise in 4WD that is still there after replacing the bearings?
How do you fix a starter that won't turn over but when you turn the ignition the starter makes a whirring noise?
What could cause a whirring noise similar to the reverse sound in a manual trans but on an automatic and independent of the transmission on a 1990 Cutlass CIS?
What could be causing a brief intermittant buzzing noise on my Jeep Cherokee when the engine is first switched off?
After making absolutely sure the battery is fully charged, all the connections are clean and tight and the starter selinoid is working properly: The the engine refuses to turn over, the starter is probably bad. The engine turns over very, very slowly, the starter is probably bad. The engine starts to turn over and you hear a whirring noise, the starter is probably bad.
What would cause a whirring noise from the engine of a 1992 Wrangler 4.0 when stepping on the gas whether it is in gear or not?
Well there are a lot of things that make whirring noise it all depends on what your doing if it happens on brakeing u prob need rotors if it stops when brakeing u need pads if its when driving could be tires also a rim could be bent that also happens a lot of things make noise u have to be more specific u have to determine the conditions in which it happens to narrow…