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Old 01-17-2008, 02:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Buzzing noise 98 E36 M3/4

When I start my car in the morning there is this buzzing noise, it goes away in a like a minute. I think it's because the car need to warm up...? Does anyone know what the problem might be? Thanks.
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Buzzing like vibration? like electric motor? from the dash? from the door? from your cell phone? Little more info and we can make at least make an educated guess.
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When I start my car in the morning there is this buzzing noise, it goes away in a like a minute. I think it's because the car need to warm up...? Does anyone know what the problem might be? Thanks.

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sorry, its like a humming buzz coming from the engine when i start my car in the morning to go work and same thing coming back from work. goes away in like a minute or so after the car warms up a little. thanks.
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Mines does the same thing! Also idles higher in drive versus low gear(auto) about 150 to 200 rpm difference.
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Secondary air pump. located on passenger side behind shock tower. Common failure on all OBDII cars:

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