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Blom
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« Reply #15 on: September 07, 2007, 02:16:17 pm »

Final note on this...

Well, it seems that its the "kronus spidshjul" thats making the high pitching sound. We, the automatic gearbox specialist and me, we agree about the fact, that the sound could allways have been there, but after the timingbelt change, the sound somehow were transported into the cabin, and thats what we hear now. Its not something we cant overhear or live with, and we are really glad we had a second opinion on this.

Thanks for good support on this issue :-)

Blom
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« Reply #16 on: September 07, 2007, 02:50:55 pm »

Final note on this...

Well, it seems that its the "kronus spidshjul" thats making the high pitching sound. We, the automatic gearbox specialist and me, we agree about the fact, that the sound could allways have been there, but after the timingbelt change, the sound somehow were transported into the cabin, and thats what we hear now. Its not something we cant overhear or live with, and we are really glad we had a second opinion on this.

Thanks for good support on this issue :-)

Blom

Hey that's good to hear, Blom! I'm really happy that it has been settled...

I'm going to the matra meeting on Fyn tomorrow in the Espace. I'll ask my kids to be silent for a moment and turn off the DVD + radio Wink - and then see if I can spot a similar sound as yours.
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Blom
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« Reply #17 on: September 07, 2007, 04:30:28 pm »

 Wink Yeah, lets see, perhaps youll find the tone and so you know what it is :-)

Have a nice weekend.

Blom
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