What causes your car to squeak when you accelerate?

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There could be several reasons a car squeaks when you accelerate. There may be a bad belt in the motor. There could also be a problem with the brakes.
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Squeaking can be heard on any vehicle new or not. But sometimes when a car squeaks the brakes are bad or going bad. Other times the brakes may be new, like on a new car and sometimes
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Could be alternator belt or maybe your take pads. What it was on my car now it's so quiet :
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A car's fuel system is made up of many components, any of which may cause a car to stall under acceleration. For example, fuel filters may become clogged due to low grade fuel, fuel
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There is many reason but the main three are, there may be fluid on the belt,
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