87 Toyota pickup

Asked by May 10, 2017 at 01:39 PM about the Toyota Pickup

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I had a small front end collision with my truck...radiator busted fan clutch rubs
on bolts of pully...replace all that when I turn vehicle on is making a loud
squickie sound I thought it was the alternator lock up but no....those anyone
have any idea...

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5,855

clearly the geometry was altered...must have been quite a collision...did you replace the radiator? engine mounts are all okay..replace the busted fan with a new one or one from pick-n- pull~ shook up...baby you got me all shook up...replace the shook up items, is all I can suggest~

I replaced all broken parts but since radiator hit the fan clutch hard i think there's something else wrong but I'm not sure...need help

5,855

check the motor mounts with a mechanics prybar~

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