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I've had this before when by fuel tank breather was blocked. A car which would start and run fine but after half an hour at motorway speeds, it would die. The roadside fix was the remove the fuel filler cap. Doing this with your ear close to the filler and you'd hear a "whoosh" as air rushed back in to neutralise the vacuum in the fuel tank. There is a ...


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Yes, it's something to worry about. Increased noise is often from cracked or rotten exhaust components. One important function of the exhaust system is to duct exhaust, which is not good for you, to the rear of the car so you don't breathe it. If the exhaust system isn't sound you'll get increased noise and you and your passengers could be breathing in toxic ...


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The noise could be almost anything but the most concerning thing to me is the oil usage. It sounds like you have a problem which may or may not be related to the noise. Get it checked by a mechanic.


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Once every one or two years, my car needs nozzle cleaning. It loses power and vibrations appear. The best way is cleaning without removing nozzles and replacing spark plugs after it.


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Scenario #1: Get your engine bay/compartment cleaned (pressurised air) by the qualified service station mechanic. If you are lucky it can be resolved by removing some obstacles between the fan wings and radiator/heatsinks; like dead rats or birds or other things like, wires or strings. Also, otherwise if the radiator fan motor bearings (one for radiator ...


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It sounds as though it could be one of two things. Either the fan is kicking on (the main fan) because the vehicle is up to temp and there's enough heat in the system. Secondly it could be the A/C compressor kicking on. When the A/C kicks in, the fans will kick in as well. You need to open the bonnet (hood) of your vehicle and pinpoint where the noise is ...


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The tensioner for the power steering was loose and wobbly. Tightened it up and the noise went away.


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