i had the same problem with my 02 intrepid it was the idler pulley to the ac belt $19 to fix it.
ur car sucks!!!!
Valve clatter? Check oil level and pressure? Fuel mixture?
Sounds like a starter or battery problem, possibly wiring problem
Turn on the signal and listen for the clicking noise. If it is still clicking occasionally then you can follow the noise and feel where it is located. If it has totally stopped then look on top of the steering column behind the steering wheel.
apparently you failed 7th grade english... Please restate this question in proper form to make sense
I had the same issue and it turned out to be that the break caliper was sticking and needing replacing.
the noise is from the inside cover over the wheel rotor its like a dust sheild it gets bent a little and when the wheel torques over when you turn and rubs on it. Simple fix take screw driver or pry tool bend plate away from rotor
Sounds like a very weak battery.
"Babbit bearings" is a term that was used long ago before engines had fully pressurized lubrication. If an older person heard what sounded like a rod bearing noise in your car that may explain the confusion.
Yes Both Dodge stealth's and Stealth fighters make noise
When your car comes to slow down to a stop and the front just makes a grinding noise and clunks from like 10mph to stop.
I had the same problem. It sounds worse than the old breaks. I upgraded to a break pad that has copper in it. It is a softer pad, but works great. Also get the rotors turned. That will fix the problem.
Definitely sounds like a starter issue... if you're not hearing anything at all, it would likely be a bad solenoid, or a bad connection to the solenoid.
Is this coming from the engine? If it is it sounds like you might have some lifter problems. Or the worse part is if you have a rod knocking. Intrepids did have some egine problems.
the locks in doors are the most neglected item for maintainace. try some lubricant spray on the lock mechanisms inside the doors and see if that fixes the problem
replace door latch
A dodge caravan may be experiencing rear brake noise due to needing new brake pads. This may also be due to worn rotors.
No, it shouldn't make any kind of peculiar noise at all.
A bad noise suppression condenser. Usually attached to the alternator.
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drive belts tensioner/under chassis
Its not your brakes making the noise. Most liklly your CV joint is warn out.
what would cause a rubbing noise on drivers side front wheel especially when braking ( I replaced rotor and wheel bearings are good) ?
The expedition door lock relay could be stuck causing the grinding noise. Check to insure that the lock relay is working properly.