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Old 10-06-2005, 07:46   #1 (permalink)
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i'm new to this forum so bear with me...i have a 2004 crown vic that has recently started making engine noise ..it sounds like a rattle from the lower part of engine ..i first hear the rattle after about 5minutes after initial start up then ocassionally on accelleration ...i have 42k mile on it manufacture warranty out ..i didnt get an extended warranty...i was told to check the fly wheel it could be loose any other suggestions?
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i'm new to this forum so bear with me...i have a 2004 crown vic that has recently started making engine noise ..it sounds like a rattle from the lower part of engine ..i first hear the rattle after about 5minutes after initial start up then ocassionally on accelleration ...i have 42k mile on it manufacture warranty out ..i didnt get an extended warranty...i was told to check the fly wheel it could be loose any other suggestions?
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Jack up the rear-end, put the car in reverse, and let it go for a few days... you'll be back under warranty mileage, so you can get it fixed for free.

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Jack up the rear-end, put the car in reverse, and let it go for a few days... you'll be back under warranty mileage, so you can get it fixed for free.

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Seriously, though- the torque convertor bolts are easy to check. Not so easy for the flywheel, but maybe worth a shot. To check the torque converter bolts, remove the inspection plate from the front of the transmission (should only be three or four) and check the torque on them. Rotate the crankshaft to check the next bolt. Should have four.
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thank you-i will ck this out and get back to you...have you heard of this situation before?
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Nope. If I had, I'd be more confident in what I'm telling you. To check your flywheel bolts, you'll need to drop your transmission... it's a real pain in the . Pretty sure you have a 4L60E, which has too many sensors to be logical... not to mention whether your stock exhaust clears the transmission...
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Nope. If I had, I'd be more confident in what I'm telling you. To check your flywheel bolts, you'll need to drop your transmission... it's a real pain in the . Pretty sure you have a 4L60E, which has too many sensors to be logical... not to mention whether your stock exhaust clears the transmission...
That's a 4R70W. Not a 4L60E, thats a GM term.
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That's a 4R70W. Not a 4L60E, thats a GM term.

Oops- sorry. I had just finished a conversation with a friend who's mid-installation of a 4L60E into his TJ (Wrangler), so it was still fresh on my mind.
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