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1994 jeep has a whinning noise

My jeep has a whinning noise from the engine what could it be I dont think its the belts it occurs more when I go at slow speeds.

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Check the pullys

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Cause of whinning noise when trying to start xg350 motor does not turn over. Not a clicking sound but a high pitched whinning sound.


1) Most likely.
Your starter is an electric motor, with a gear on one end.
Mounted on that same end is a part called a "Bendix" or an "overrunning clutch".
When that just mentioned part fails, the starter will not engage the flywheel, and you will get the noise of which you spoke.
2) Less likely.
If your timing belt fails, he engine will turn over at a high rate of speed, but it will not start.
God bless your efforts.

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Typically not the tensioner usually that will just become weak, the wining comes from 2 different items and the easiest to change is the top pulley can't remember the technical name for it. But the bearing goes bad in that creating a whine the other is your power steering pump. Usually you can tell if it is that by starting the engine and turning the wheel at a stop. Try the top pulley first. Take the fan belt off, one bolt in the center of the pulley and pull it off.

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Recently developed a whinning when I first start to move


Where is the whining noise actually coming from .. engine/gearbox or elsewhere?
A whining/screeching noise could be a drive belt .. such as the belt that drives the alternator.

On a manual car it could be the clutch bearing making the noise until it warms up. Does the clutch make a noise when you depress the pedal? That's the thrust bearing .. the bearing that operates the clutch.

I don't think you have too much to worry about. If you had engine trouble there would be knocks, rumbles and strange noises at all speeds.

A whining noise is usually associated with something spinning/turning .. such as a pulley/idler on a drive belt or a bearing alternator.

Put your mind at rest - get a mobile mechanic's opinion.

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Whinning noise when acceration. Engine accelarates fine but there is also a whinning noise


check alt bearing,open hood & listen while running,turn off engine and remove drive belt then start engine to see if noise goes away.

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New power steering pump put in, lines bleed, and still having whinning noise. Is there another part with the power steering pump we can check?


are you sure the noise is comming from pump and not the belt tension pulley right next to it ?

I use a wiffle ball bat with both end caps cut off (hollow tube) held to my ear to help localize noises on running engines I have even found tricky intake vac leaks with that trick

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Loud noise!


May be a bad bearing on belt tensioner or idler pully

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Thank you for getting back to me. I would like you to check your transmission fluid. start the engine and let it warm up at idle speed for about 15 min and check the fluid. It sounds like you do not have enough in it, there for the whining noise with increase of speed since your transmission is speeding up with the rate of your vehicle. If this does not help and the problem persist please let me know. If the noise you were hearing was coming from the u joints of the vehicle it would not make a whining noise with increase of speed. The u joints will only make a noise when they are going bad when the vehicle is shifted into any gear from the shifter( EX: park to drive, park to reverse ECT.)


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Car make spinning noise after warm up.


Check tightness of your belts also check your water pump for a leak or damage.

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first checkout the drive belt and the powersteering fluid and this make help with your problem that you are having

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If it gets worse when turning the wheel at a stop, then it's the power steering pump. Could be the power steering fluid also. Check your belts for wear or damage. The idle pulley will make a constant noise, sometimes whining sometime screeching. To check idler pulley it is best to remove belts.

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