: Sound in engine



abdullah
03-14-13, 03:08 PM
there is a sound in the engine when i start the car for 50 second it seems to me that some thing oile could not reach it can any one help me to solve.

MoistCabbage
03-14-13, 04:45 PM
What kind of sound?

Ticking?
Squeaking?
Humming?
Vacuum cleaner sound?

stormnn
03-15-13, 10:37 AM
Check your coolant level, water pump could be going away.
Norm

abdullah
03-16-13, 10:55 AM
What kind of sound?

Ticking?
Squeaking?
Humming?
Vacuum cleaner sound?

Ticking

MoistCabbage
03-16-13, 11:09 AM
Coming from the engine itself?

Near the main accessory belt?

Near the water pump drive system?

How loud is it?

abdullah
03-16-13, 11:11 AM
What kind of sound?

Ticking?
Squeaking?
Humming?
Vacuum cleaner sound?

Ticking

Tom's Caddy
03-16-13, 11:13 AM
What year is you're car. You are not giving us much to go on to help you.

abdullah
03-16-13, 11:32 AM
what year is you're car. You are not giving us much to go on to help you.

dts 2006

MoistCabbage
03-16-13, 11:34 AM
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Coming from the engine itself?

Near the main accessory belt?

Near the water pump drive system?

How loud is it?

abdullah
03-16-13, 12:34 PM
what year is you're car. You are not giving us much to go on to help you.

dts2006

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Near steering pump

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But the ticking sound for 50 second after that i don't hear any sound.

MoistCabbage
03-16-13, 12:59 PM
I would suspect either the tensioner pulley or idler pulley bearings. You can use an automotive stethoscope to check.

Stepside
03-18-13, 10:11 PM
Your oil pressure comes up to where it should be and the sound disappears . . . right?

How long was the car off for and what was the ambient temperature? How cold outside that day?

Maybe the anti-drainback valve in the oil filter is not working correctly.

Oil will fill the oil filter 1st, before your lifters pump up.

That 1st startup is where you hear the rat-tat-tat and then magically goes away.

What viscosity oil are you using?