If a car squeals while turning, it's possible there's a problem with the power-steering system. The root of the issue might be a belt that's coming loose, a pump that's going bad or that the power-steering fluid needs to... More »

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A high-pitched squeal when a car is started indicates that one of the belts, most likely the alternator belt, is loose or worn out. The sound occurs when the belt slips on a pulley. More »

A loose or slipping engine belt or a misaligned accessory drive pulley could cause a car to squeal upon acceleration. Engine belts and drive pulleys are used to power the water pump, air-conditioning compressor and the a... More »

If the front end of a car makes a squeaking noise when the wheel is turned, this indicates a problem with the wheel bearing, suspension or the power steering system. The first thing to check is the power steering fluid. ... More »

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Diagnosing a wheel bearing noise should be done through the process of elimination starting with the inspection of suspension system of the car; if the suspension system is functioning properly, the tires can be checked ... More »

Car exhaust sounds such as grinding, clanging or unusually loud rumbling typically indicate a problem with the exhaust system, while occasional high-pitched whining noises indicate a badly tuned exhaust system. Holes and... More »

In order to repair a car heater, diagnose the problem, troubleshoot that part of the system and replace the component. There are many issues the can cause the heater to malfunction, so a diagnosis must first be completed... More »

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