What is the whining noise with acceleration caused by?

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Well, with such a question as this (no details as to where the sound seems to come from, there are a couple usual answers for this. If you have a turbo charged (or otherwise forced induction engine) that would be the loudest whine under acceleration.
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First you need to identify where your car is making noise, whether it is your engine or the body of your car. It would probably be best to have a professional or at least someone
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Could have bad alternator bearings,or water pump, power steering pump or transmission problem. Suggest you get checked before something locks up and makes things worse. Also check
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If it goes away when you use the clutch, most likely it is the clutch or transmission, not the engine. If you have not already replaced the clutch, it is probably time with 92,000
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