Why Does My Car Squeal When I Accelerate?

Answer

A car usually squeals when accelerating duet to a loose or worn fan belt. Another probable reason would be a lock-up break pad which is very common especially when the squealing is heard on one side of the car. Lastly, the squealing could be due to a broken clutch which is very common among old car models.
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