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Recently I've noticed that my 2012 Nissan Frontier (Automatic Transmission) is squeaking when I start driving from a complete stop. It will only squeak 3-4 times and will go away once I've gained some speed (15 km/h). It's fairly loud so I assume that it's coming from the front of the vehicle. This happens at all stop signs, red lights etc.

I'm going to give my dealership a call, but would appreciate having some knowledge of what it might be before I do so.

Any advice on what the issue could be would be appreciated!

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Any chance you can post a video? –  Juann Strauss May 20 at 16:06

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I would venture to assume it is your brakes which are talking to you. I bet the "squealer" is close enough to engage the rotor at certain points. Once the vehicle speed is fast enough it will not make the noise, or is covered up by road noise. I doubt, from your description, it has anything to do with the transmission itself.

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