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Old October 21st 04, 09:31 PM
mxm
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Default Noise while i start my Accord

I recently changed my car's timing belt, CV joints and transmission fluid
and filter as adviced by many car guru's here. But since then i am getting
a nosie whenever i start my car but it fades away after few seconds. and
also does not come when i go and show a mechanic strange!!
Can anyone tell me what might be the problem?

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Old October 21st 04, 10:59 PM
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On Thu, 21 Oct 2004 16:31:15 -0400, "mxm" > wrote:

>I recently changed my car's timing belt, CV joints and transmission fluid
>and filter as adviced by many car guru's here. But since then i am getting
>a nosie whenever i start my car but it fades away after few seconds. and
>also does not come when i go and show a mechanic strange!!
>Can anyone tell me what might be the problem?
>

You didn't describe the noise.
A squeal? A gronk? A buzz? A knock? A rattle? What?


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Old October 22nd 04, 04:46 AM
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John Ings wrote:
> On Thu, 21 Oct 2004 16:31:15 -0400, "mxm" > wrote:
>
>
>>I recently changed my car's timing belt, CV joints and transmission fluid
>>and filter as adviced by many car guru's here. But since then i am getting
>>a nosie whenever i start my car but it fades away after few seconds. and
>>also does not come when i go and show a mechanic strange!!
>>Can anyone tell me what might be the problem?
>>

>
> You didn't describe the noise.
> A squeal? A gronk? A buzz? A knock? A rattle? What?
>


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What about Tick, tick, tick, or squoit, squoit, squoit, or even
wheeeOOOeeeOOOEEE?

Anybody ever seen the training film starring John Cleese called "Who
sold you that, then??"

Must see! ! Maybe it's even online somewhere.

'Curly'


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Old October 22nd 04, 05:55 AM
mxm
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Yeah its a squealling noise, but it fades away after sometime. And its
prominent when i put the reverse gear.
Any help in this regard?

 




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