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    Dear Pakwheelers,

    I have a small problem in my corolla, Need your suggestion.

    1. When engine is start in idle position and running very slow in first gear, I hear a sound like "tuk tuk" seems like two metal are touch each other. Some time this sound disapear and mostly this sound is heard when engine is cold but its also heard when engine is hot after running. But in workshops where there is so much noise around this sound can't be heard. I think this is related with the ground/road balance, some time car is in such a balance that those metal does not touches each other.

    2. Also when I move in first gear, I hear "kuur" type of sound

    3. I am observing the above two issues since two months. But from last few days, when i drive on highway or motorway I feel bubling/vibration mostly when i reach 80km/h. I got wheel balancing which was very minimal, after that I still feel vibration when load on engine like when there is upward slop i feel very clear vibration but if i press cluch and car move in nutral then this vibration disapear.

    I have explained in detail, please tell me what kind of problem it can be, i think its engine foundation related to all the above issue but foundation is not broken.

    Also let me know the best workshop in Rwp/Isb for corolla.


    Thanks a lot for your time.


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    ur corolla is running on roiginal engine ????

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    Yes, Its on original engine and original foundation. Never opened before.

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    2.cud b of CV joints or due to hub (where ball joint sits in)
    3.again cv joint/axle

    for number 1 u need to be more specific....

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    its ur engine foundation.......take a steel rod and move the engine in such fashion that there is strain on foundataion and check for cracks or breakage...
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    your name suggests you are an engineer, please refrain from terms like

    tuk tuk
    khur khur
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    I'm not sure what is problem 1 but 2 & 3 definitely point towards clutch plate / pressure plate.

    Just an idea that 1 could be due to mounting pads
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    check speedometer needle.

    check your clutch plate
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    your name suggests you are an engineer, please refrain from terms like

    tuk tuk
    khur khur



    lolz....ROFL

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