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TRD Aurion strange engine noise.?

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G'day collective brains,

I was driving my 3500s around town as normal, stopped for lunch and when I took off again suddenly I noticed a faint strange noise that seemed like coming from the right hand driver side fan/went. Then it got louder.

I can only hear it when I accelerate, the harder I push it the louder it gets. It sounds like when you chuck a sheet of paper into a fan. It does it even when standstill if I just rev up the engine. Should I be concerned? What could it be? Supercharger maybe?

Cheers

Andrew

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G'day collective brains,

I was driving my 3500s around town as normal, stopped for lunch and when I took off again suddenly I noticed a faint strange noise that seemed like coming from the right hand driver side fan/went. Then it got louder.

I can only hear it when I accelerate, the harder I push it the louder it gets. It sounds like when you chuck a sheet of paper into a fan. It does it even when standstill if I just rev up the engine. Should I be concerned? What could it be? Supercharger maybe?

Cheers

Andrew

pop the bonnet and check the drive belt - could be frayed and what you're hearing is a bit flapping around.

If so I'd refrain from driving it and get it replaced asap. A snapped drive belt can cause a lot of damage.

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I had the same issue, what happend was the belt tenchenor was loose. Toyota replaced it.

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If it's none of the above unlikey but could be radio interferance coming from right speaker.

Cheers.

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