Question about 2008 Chevrolet Hhr
I believe that some work needs to be done on exhaust system. It is loud under front driver area.
Posted by Anonymous on
Had my y-pipe replaced (bad cats) and the bolts at the y-pipe flange where it attaches to the exhaust manifolds started to get loose and I go tthe viberating (tinning) noise. Took it in the first time and they tightened everything up but it seems it's doing it again so I'm going to try to fix on my own. Just wondering how much of a pain it's going to be to get to the bolts and what size...
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
I have the same thing going on with my 2002 cavalier. I replaced wheel bearings with no luck. My tires also wore uneven toe. Going to try alignment. I'm sure it's the same problem as you describe and it's really annoying. Right hand turns remains the same but long left turns will quite the howling. If you find a solution to this.... let me know
Posted on Sep 26, 2010
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It may help to state what engine you have. You truck doesnt have an Idle Air Control valve, so I dont know if I trust who "they" are. But "they" is wrong. You dont say what the complaint is? Sometimes you can clean the throttle valve and that may help. If not it may need a new throttle body.
Posted on Aug 12, 2011
I would want to know what the actual oil pressure is. The sending unit or the gauge on the dash could have failed.
There is a pressure relief valve to prevent oil pressure from going too high, but staying at 80psi would not be good for a long time.
Posted on Feb 18, 2014
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