[DML] Re: Ringing noise in engine
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[DML] Re: Ringing noise in engine

Could the timming bracket be rubbing on the crank pulley? Make sure it
is not touching the pulley, stick a piece of paper in between. If it
is bent you should be able to bend it away. A good picture is C:05:03
fig 28.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Marty Galbreath" <marty@...> wrote:
> Well, I am out in the garage and have removed both of the belts -
> the noise in still there. I was really hoping for a bad water pump.
> The sound is coming off of the top of the engine, as if coming from
> the "valley of death", but more toward the rear of the car. With the
> belts removed it sounds more like a mechanical squeal rather than a
> ringing, or maybe something in between. It's much louder with the
> throttle cover removed too.
> My car is believed to have less than 15K miles on it, though service
> records show that the speedo angle drive broke at 5800 miles. The
> condition of the interior led me to believe it was indeed a low
> mileage car.
> Any other ideas will be, as always, much appreciated.
> Marty
> #3765 - in pain-
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