Timing Belts and Chains
Ford Expedition XLT
Would the timing belt make the engine knock with a loud noise?
Asked in Chevy Impala, Chevy Silverado
Does the engine on a 2003 impala knock in the top of the motor if the knock sensor is bad?
Where is the Knock Sensor located on a Chrysler Town and Country?
Where is the knock sensor located on a 1996 Plymouth Voyager?
How do you repair the timing on a 1991 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 3.1 liter V6?
On a 94 mercury tracer with a 1.9L engine if the timing belt slipped a tooth will there be engine noise?
Asked in Oldsmobile Eighty-Eight
Have a 97 Olds 88 replaced MAP sensor and new gaskets for coolant leak everything was great. Now about 250 miles later the engine has a loud ticking knocking noise. Would this be a knock sensor?
Why does a car do clicking sound in the engine when doing effort?
Asked in Nissan
What is the tapping noise in your engine 2005 Nissan Quest?
How do you tell a difference between an engine knock and a valve tap?
Asked in Car Sounds, Pontiac Sunfire, Honda Accord EX
There is a noise that sounds like it is coming from the Timing case in 1998 Sunfire GT what could it be?
Asked in Cars & Vehicles
Can a bad knock sensor produce too much noise like hard tapping?
Year, make and model would help, but generally...no. Unless the knock sensor were actually loose (not bolted down or broken) and "banging" off some other part, but this is a very unlikely scenario. Knock sensors are design to detect exactly that, engine knocks. There purpose is to have the vehicle's computer reduce timing, adjust fuel ratio and/or possibly shut down the engine completely if the sensor detects a knock that could result in engine damage.
How do you tell a difference between an engine knock and a valve tap on a '97 Silverado 350?
Asked in Nissan Sentra, Timing Belts and Chains
Does the Nissan Sentra 2004 have a timing chain or a timing belt?
For longer life with less maintenance, the Sentra engine uses a timing chain instead of a cheaper, but quieter, timing belt. You don't notice the extra noise generated by the timing chain. For longer life with less maintenance, the Sentra engine uses a timing chain instead of a cheaper, but quieter, timing belt. You don't notice the extra noise generated by the timing chain.