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Re: OT - help settle a car engine diagnostic dispute

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Sprint 6

07-24-2013 18:51:49

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Does the trans work normally? Torque converter internals or flex plate could be broken. Does it have a PCV valve in it? That will cause a squeal when it is running if it is left out. Have you checked the starter drive? I just had one two weeks ago that had a broken drive that allowed the pinion to bounce off the flywheel when running. That could also be your squeal, overrunning clutch on drives can squeal if stuck in. Never condemn an engine until exhausting all possibilities.

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07-24-2013 19:25:47

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 Re: OT - help settle a car engine diagnostic dispute in reply to Sprint 6, 07-24-2013 18:51:49  
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Yes, trans works normally, including overdrive.

It "think" it has a PCV valve in it.
I'm certain that no one took it out in the past week.

I have not checked the starter drive.

It doesn't sound like its hanging, but I have not checked it.

The hammering at start up and the squeal sound deeper than
that to me, but I am asking for opinions without you having the
benefit of actually hearing it, so I do appreciate the advice.

If you know of a good way to isolate that, without tearing it all
apart or buying new parts I'm all ears!

I will tear it apart before I condemn it, but I'm thinking of taking
the oil pan off, which is not a real easy task on these cars either.

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