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It’s coming from the passenger side engine compartment. 2015 with 50k miles. We had it for about 4 months. Ive read a little about it, but most say they have it coming from the back end. It doesn't always do it. It will do it at idle, while in gear. Seems to go away when going around a corner. It’s not a huge deal, just a bit annoying and wondering if it’s a sign of problems to come.
 

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Are all of the body panels and especially the wheel well liners firmly secured? Might just be something simple.
 

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The passenger side is where the serpentine belt and all the accessory pulleys are (as well as the timing belt or chain) on the motor...
 
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Depends on the oil you are using, the Season, type of driving (city, stop and go, highway, off road, etc).
Use the Owner's Manual and the change oil screen on EVIC as guides.
I change the oil in my Oldsmobile every couple years, in my TH about every 6k miles.
Both vehicles use exactly the same oil.
Your frequency for oil change intervals will be somewhere in between.
 
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