Why Is My Car Making a Whining Noise?

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If your car is making a whining noise, it could be many different things. There could be a problem with one of your belts
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That is the sound of the air intake. It's normal unless grossely audible which could indicate a bad seal in the intake.
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Many things can cause an engine to lose power: bad timing, airflow obstructions going into or out of the engine, carbon buildup on spark plugs, bad gasoline and improper fuel burn
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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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The sound you are hearing is a mixture of many parts of the car, mostly
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