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Old 10-05-2019, 04:13 PM   #1
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So I have a 95 impreza lx and one day it started rattling when i started it up. Didnt think to much of it nothing was effected by it and only existed for like 2 seconds on start up.

Then it made the noise if I let off the gas above 60mph.

Then yesterday like 2 minutes from home the rattle was constant except between 1500-2300rpm. I was planning on doing the timing belt today thinking it was a bad pulley or tensioner.

When I got the alternator and AC belt off I was able to just spin the crank pulley. There was a little resistance here and there but the main thing was the noise that I heard in what I believe to be between the engine and auto trans. It's like metal on metal banging every 1/4 turn on the crank pulley.

Anyone have any idea what this noise could be or what u should look at?
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Old 10-06-2019, 01:40 AM   #2
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Could be that one or more of the bolts that hold your flexplate to the torque converter are backing out, catching casting ridges in the bellhousing or something... Did a motor swap for my buddy recently and his torque converter bolts were loose, kinda scary.
I've also seen the flexplates crack, I imagine if it got bad enough it would break apart.

There's a plug under the intake manifold that let's you peek into the bellhousing and access the torque converter bolts. You may have to remove the intake manifold, but I think it would be worth taking a look in there to see what's up. If the bolts are just loose, remove them and add locktite and re-torque one by one.
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