GRAND SE 3.3 LITRE

2002 Dodge Caravan

Tiny

qqkltb

February, 10, 2006 AT 9:11 AM

I'm getting a wine-ing sound when I excel, first thing I thought it was the Transmission. I took it to AAMCO and was told the it was not the Transmission. I then took it to a local total car care center and was told it was the trans. What puzzles me is the sound is audible when driving, in nuetral and in park. AAMCO told me it sounds like it's coming from pully area where the belt is. If it's not the Transmission what could it be?

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Tiny

peppermrj

February, 12, 2006 AT 11:43 AM

My guess would be the serpentine belt, it's tensioner pulley, or one of the other belt driven accessories (alternator, power steering pump, etc). Remove the belt and run the engine very briefly. No whine means you are on the right track. Spin the pulleys by hand and feel/listen for roughness/whine.

Keep all fingers attached. : Twisted:

Tiny

qqkltb

February, 12, 2006 AT 1:49 PM

You are right on the money! I took it to the shop and it turned out to be the power steering pump. Thanks again for the reply

Tiny

peppermrj

February, 12, 2006 AT 1:51 PM

Cool! Thanxs for the update. : D

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