answer sounds to me like your Power Steering fluid is old and dirty or wrong viscosity oil thins out when hot hence the noise going away
I would also say it is the belt. to get more wear out of it and to stop the noise, rub the inside of the belt with a bar of soap.
A simple tune-up should correct the issue.
Wait until it warms up and melts
what causes a roaring sound in a 2004 pontiac sunfire after it warms up? it runs great and idles great and quiet except for this.Anonymously
It usually arises from the kinetic energy of something moving, which creates pressure waves, that travel and disperse slowly. Sound loses energy until it is all dissapated. That energy is lost to heat. Sound warms things up, a tiny bit.
why is there squeek noise when starting and then goes away when engine warms up
It will until the coolant warms up.
With those symptoms, you Need to check the fluids level, sound like it is low.
Often a knock when cold is caused by piston slap, which is pistons rocking in the cylinders until they expand in size when the engine warms up.
Due to the ultraviolet radiation that the sun provides, it warms up the water and it " goes up in the sky. " This is also known as evaporation.
replace your mapp sensor
its prob the thermostat i had the same problem with my uncles
this is caused from piston to cyl wall clearance when engine warms up the pistons exspand and the noise is less. DON'T WORRY ABOUT IT
Could be a tired power steering pump.
If the noise on occurs after the vehicle has sat for a while, it could be a hydralic valve lifter bleeding off. They tend to click for a while until the oil pushes all of tha air out. Maybe go to a lighter weight of oil. BG makes a product called MOA that has helped ease the clicking noise in vehicles I have worked on in the past. Take it easy until it warms up and even clicking it should last for a whole lot more miles!
Possible dirty fuel injectors or TPS sensor.
NO, it will not damage the vehicle engine by turning the heater ON before the engine has warmed up fully.
It has a leaking head gasket or a crack in the cylinder head.
I would check the transmission fluid level.
No, the O2 sensors are out of the "loop" until the engine warms up.
Bad ignition wires.
The land warms faster
The sun warms the earth.
That is very likely a slightly loose serpentine or other drive belt. In colder weather belts get stiffer and slicker, fluid (as in the steering pump) gets thicker and harder to turn . If it diminishes when your car warms up, that is almost certainly the cause. - Let a mechanic hear it and diagnose it. There is also the possibility it could be a bearing worn in alternator or any other belt driven part.
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