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This is a discussion on Whining within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; There is a small whinng in my motor that rises with rpm's. It sounds like an old powersteering pump. My ...

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    There is a small whinng in my motor that rises with rpm's. It sounds like an old powersteering pump. My p/s pump works fine and has a good fluid level. Any ideas of what it could be and how serious it could be would be appriciated.

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    Id say theres a unicorn in there, putting holes in the exhaust manifold and shitting in the filters.

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    lol, nothing wrong w/ a few more horses in my motor, wheather there real or not

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    True and unicorns are the same as 2 horses cause they are magical.

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    If it changes with RPMs I'd look at the alternator, pulley tensioner, etc. With the car cold you could start it with the belt off for a couple minutes and see if it stops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2001NBMZ28 View Post
    If it changes with RPMs I'd look at the alternator, pulley tensioner, etc. With the car cold you could start it with the belt off for a couple minutes and see if it stops.
    yep thats gotta be it evryone knows unicorns live in mustangs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill8706 View Post
    There is a small whinng in my motor that rises with rpm's. It sounds like an old powersteering pump. My p/s pump works fine and has a good fluid level. Any ideas of what it could be and how serious it could be would be appriciated.
    my truck does that...it finally hit me one day, its not your engine its more than likely the transmission.

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    Is there a loud hissing noise when you shift? If there is then your engine has suddenly grown a turbo!!!!!



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    Get your girlfriend away from the car and see if that cures your problems. :P

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    lmao, i bet that fixes it

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