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Clicking noise

So i have a 04 murano it had started making a clicking noise in park or drivve it goes away at idle after it warms up a bit but starts again when you press the throttle it its coming from the transmission side of the bay cant tell if its upper part or lower part of the engine bay gonna check once it cools down in a little bit thought it could be the fuel damper but its not but it does do this in gear or park and neutral
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From the gist of it, sounds like it could be an accessory. All the rotating assemblies are on the passenger side, so pulleys and belts are found there, and those come to mind as the suspects.

I suggest getting a mechanic's stethoscope and using it to try and localize the noise. Be careful around moving parts! A long screwdriver touching the suspect part and pressed to your ear can also convey sound, but the stethoscope is much more effective, is available at any parts store for $10-$15 and you can use it forever.

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No its coming from the driver side. Not the passenger side.
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And sorry my grammar was never good lol
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As you can tell, I couldn't really understand the post.

If you'd like to provide a little more description and break it up into sentences, we might be able to help better.

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There is a clicking noise coming from the transmission side of the engine bay. It stops when the car warms up until you press the throttle. Pretty sure its coming from the transmission. Im just hoping it could be something else, im not really sure what a cvt transmission sounds like when it goes bad.
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The noise is coming from the bottom of the transmission. its more like a semi high pitch buzzing noise. I have yet to find a video that sounded like that.
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Wow, that's a new one. Just as an S.W.A.G., have you checked the transmission and CVT fluid levels?

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