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GrahamH
Have noticed that its getting noisier at idle. Definitely clattery. Usually it gets noisier towards service but after changing oil and filters its quieter but not this time. still starts and drives great and am getting 49mpg average. At service I cleaned huge amounts of crap out of the EGR and no more smoke behind me when I accelerate but its noisy? Any idea why? Did I miss something?
TIA
corbz9
:) :) [quote name='GrahamH' date='05 March 2010 - 08:47 PM' timestamp='1267821460' post='69029']
Have noticed that its getting noisier at idle. Definitely clattery. Usually it gets noisier towards service but after changing oil and filters its quieter but not this time. still starts and drives great and am getting 49mpg average. At service I cleaned huge amounts of crap out of the EGR and no more smoke behind me when I accelerate but its noisy? Any idea why? Did I miss something?
TIA
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Hi how old is your car and what milage as it done. cheers carl
chris bowman
my duratorque is slightly noisier than others i believe because it has a timming chain rather than timming belt. being my first diesal i keep the windows up most of the time for reasons of my sanity!
mintalkin
does it clatter all the time or get quieter when warm, i had the same problem and it turned out to be the injectors that were not putting out any low load fuel delivery,it could be chain clatter but without inspection its hard to say.
GrahamH
[quote name='corbz9' date='06 March 2010 - 01:09 PM' timestamp='1267880384' post='69123']
:) :)
Hi how old is your car and what milage as it done. cheers carl
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65000 on a 56 plate(3yrs) does it warm or cold but only at low revs
just checked the oil and is slightly overfull - would that do it?
chris bowman
[quote name='mintalkin' date='06 March 2010 - 04:49 PM' timestamp='1267893598' post='69150']
does it clatter all the time or get quieter when warm, i had the same problem and it turned out to be the injectors that were not putting out any low load fuel delivery,it could be chain clatter but without inspection its hard to say.
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practically dissappears when warm
GrahamH
[quote name='chris bowman' date='07 March 2010 - 10:35 AM' timestamp='1267957506' post='69256']
practically dissappears when warm
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sorry but same warm as cold
click cluck
[quote name='GrahamH' date='07 March 2010 - 08:21 PM' timestamp='1267992675' post='69417']
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sorry but same warm as cold
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Mine was noisy - turned out to be bush on tension cam gone - especially noticeable when AC turned on
mintalkin
if the tensioner has gone the should dissapear on any revs above tickover.
CAR PARTS EXPRESS
Check out your crankshaft pulley, you will probably find the bushes/rubber inside is worn causing your noise problem
click cluck
[quote name='mintalkin' date='09 March 2010 - 03:57 PM' timestamp='1268149622' post='69928']
if the tensioner has gone the should dissapear on any revs above tickover.
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yep - OP said it was at idle..
dog68
[quote name='click cluck' date='09 March 2010 - 06:26 PM' timestamp='1268158599' post='69962']
yep - OP said it was at idle..
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Overfull could do serious damage, i would syphon some off.


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