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Old 25-07-10, 09:36 PM   #1
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i have a loud grinding noise coming from around the egine of my peugeot 107 2007. sounds like a noisy bearing but hard to tell where it could be from. i can see 2 pully,s plus the alternator. has anyone had a similar noise?
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When you start it? when its running? Can you make out that its coming from the pulley area ? If you think its the bottom pulley get it seen to straight away.

More details describe when , where , how often etc etc
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Old 26-07-10, 07:36 PM   #3
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Hello,
The noise is there all the time. Sounds like a worn bearing. The car has only done 15,000 miles and is definately coming from the left hand side but difficult to tell from where due to the engine noise.
I thought i could maybe disconnect the alternator to elimenate that but the belt does all the 3 pullies.
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Hello,
The noise is there all the time. Sounds like a worn bearing. The car has only done 15,000 miles and is definately coming from the left hand side but difficult to tell from where due to the engine noise.
I thought i could maybe disconnect the alternator to elimenate that but the belt does all the 3 pullies.
Any Warranty?
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Old 27-07-10, 05:13 PM   #5
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warranty up in april 2010
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if you have warrenty get it back to the garage and let them deal with it, sounds like a failure not wear and tear...



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Old 30-07-10, 07:00 PM   #7
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Sounds like possibly the water pump breaking up, which can happen on these. Unless you're sure it's something else, get it TOWED to a garage to be fixed.
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