: Liquid sloshing noise at start up



ahahnu
10-08-08, 05:59 PM
Anyone have this happen or is this normal? I've never herd it before and I have 81,000 miles on her.

rand49er
10-08-08, 06:16 PM
Low coolant?

Or ... :alchi:

CadzillaTN
10-08-08, 06:34 PM
wow!. 81K.... based on join date I would say that is all your miles... How is it holding up??

NormV
10-08-08, 07:03 PM
Dude, you need an exhaust! :)

Just coolant.

Norm

tophat02
10-08-08, 11:19 PM
Motor mounts? :rofl:

CadzillaTN
10-08-08, 11:59 PM
yeah I was thinking coolant as well... On my other car I could sometimes hear it flowing through the lines at startup. Was your heater in use at that moment?

rand49er
10-09-08, 07:47 AM
Dude, you need an exhaust! :) ...:histeric:

lollygagger8
10-09-08, 11:04 AM
Ya put some headers on it and you won't hear any sloshing :lol:

rlj5
10-09-08, 11:25 AM
Ya put some headers on it and you won't hear any sloshing :lol:

Thats right, Turn up the radio or getter a louder exhaust.
My Daddy always told me: Make sure you have a good sounding exhaust, Roll up the windows, turn on the radio, Then if you hear something that sounds wrong it probably needs fixed

ahahnu
10-09-08, 07:46 PM
From some of the horror stories on here, 81,6xx actually, she's good. 3 rears, motor mounts, radio flaking. Ya beat her and she breaks. Take care of her and she lasts.

I figured it was the coolant since I saw a few small spots on the floor in the garage. I filled her back up and still hear it. Heater wasn't on, but I used it for the first time recently...

On the exhaust, I'm waiting until I have a dd truck. As far as truning up the radio, I just step on the gas. The engine is all the sound I need.

Thanks for the replies.