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Old 04-05-2005, 03:00 PM   #1
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Unhappy loud noise

I've got a 94 Eagle Vision TSI 3.5 and while driving along, does not matter what speed, last few times I've been going straight and I hear a loud clunk under my feet. The tranny was completely rebuilt appro 20k ago, the CV's I just changed, engine mounts just replaced also. I did notice the speedodometer go from 20 to 0 and back in a split second but the car did not stop, momentum keeps it going. Somebody smarter than me, please advise.

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Old 04-05-2005, 10:12 PM   #2
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Re: loud noise

check your subframe bolts make sure they're really tight, also check your bolts that hold the tranny to the motor. Another area you can check is your bolts that hold the torque converter to the driveplate, make sure they're tight and not wobbling to the point that it could cause the torque converter to unseat itself from the hub.
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Old 04-09-2005, 08:38 AM   #3
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Re: Re: loud noise

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check your subframe bolts make sure they're really tight, also check your bolts that hold the tranny to the motor. Another area you can check is your bolts that hold the torque converter to the driveplate, make sure they're tight and not wobbling to the point that it could cause the torque converter to unseat itself from the hub.

Thanks for the reply. I checked all of the above and everything seemed quite tight. I guess I'm going to check the oil from the transaxle now and see if I find any evidence of damage, like pieces of metal etc.
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Re: loud noise

hi i have 1994 eagle vision , just today it wont start i smell gas and i checkt plugs they wore over fluidet i dry'm up but still wont start , this happend couple times before but i did start like in a 3rd try now it wont start at all any body knows whats the problem is I priciated thanks.
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Old 11-30-2008, 05:05 PM   #5
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Re: loud noise

hi i also have tiking noise since i bout the car sound like valve or? i been told is the Lifter not sure the guy i bout it from i tolld me that noise was like that for 50k miles never got worse or better? thanks
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