Why does my GMC Sierra make clunking noise?
I have used full synthetic since I got the truck. A friend of mine, who is a self proclaimed “bitch’n mechanic of 25 years”, says because I switched to synthetic, my oil pump is bad and I need to remove the pan and replace it. He said you can’t go from conventional to synthetic.
Why does my Chevy Silverado have a clunk?
Your Silverado may suffer from a clunk coming from the drivetrain that could be caused by a few things. One is a known issue that GM says is nothing to worry about, while another is a normal wear item. Either way, there are ways to fix the problem to keep your truck running nice, quiet, and smooth.
Why does my car make a clunking noise when turning?
Some customers may comment on a pop or clunk type noise while turning or driving on uneven road surfaces. This noise can be heard and/or felt at either the driver’s or front passenger floor pan area. Under certain conditions, normal movement between the frame and the #1, #2 or #3 body mounts may cause this noise to occur.
What to do if your transmission makes clunking noise?
Call 250-382-2833 or fill out our form online. Test your vehicle Eco Knowledge. Efficient, reliable, and so helpful on a personal level. Thank you Carole N. One common trigger for major auto repairs is transmission problems.
Why is my Silverado making a clunking noise?
Took it to a local dealer and the diagnosis was, ” a lot of them do that”, said the e clip on the rear axle is hitting the spacer and that is making the noise. I say, BS, that is not acceptable, take it apart and reshim it.
Why does my GMC Sierra make a whining noise?
If it changes with the engine, it’s most likely going to be an accessory bolted to the engine (or the radio, shut it off and see if it stops). If it stay constant as you rev the engine it’s going to be something else. A whining sound when accelerating is almost always caused by a bad accessory attached to your Sierra’s engine.
Why do I hear a clunk in the rear?
The problem is I hear a clunk in the rear when making turns. Either way. It’s been there from day one. I can also grab a tire or the bed rail and make the noise by shaking them. I’m about to let the dealer check it out but was wondering if anyone here has had any similar issues? Check your spare tire it could be loose.
What causes a clunking noise under the floor?
Under certain conditions, normal movement between the frame and the #1, #2 or #3 body mounts may cause this noise to occur. If the vehicle is equipped with aftermarket (non-GM Accessory) running boards or the running board is mounted using the body mount bolt, remove the running boards prior to test driving the vehicle.