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I am a former accessory drive engineer at Gates. The squeal you hear can be due to a couple of reasons. Your belt has worn out. Depending on their construction, (usually either cotton, polyester cord or aramid cord), belts stretch 2-5% of their length and wear down deeper into the grooves. This causes their friction to change and results in noise. Check ...


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That sounds like a squeaking ancillary belt (fan belt) to me. This belt drives things like the alternator. May just need adjusting, but may need replacing. Sometimes the noise changes when you add electrical load to the alternator by turning the lights on and the window demister etc.


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I checked the clip and this sounds like dashboard rattle, tap and hold around the dashboard and you will find it. Once had similar rattle turned out it was from seat belt locking mechanism on the passenger seat. Definitely not a transmission rattle.


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This is the brake fluid tank. Underneath it likely has the ABS actuators, which likely make the sound you are hearing. I'd start by diagnosing ABS (with a scanner). If you don't have the scanner that can diagnose ABS - pull the ABS fuse and start the car to see if the sound is still there.


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No body said nothing about the crank seals pushing or shoving air .that's not to be overlooked. Also makes a 2 stroke difficult to start as well . On my 86 yz.250 s rite at the base gasket where the arm from the governor leads up to the power valve ,I heard air pushing or sucking.i tore the jug off and the base gasket was not damaged ? I thought I would ...


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I can attest to this possibility as it happened on my car and I did my own repairs so I know that caused same in my vehicle. If you don't know disc brakes work by a rotor attached to your wheel/tire and a set of two pads, one on each side of the rotor, that are clamped and squeezed when you press your foot brake pedal. Though hugely rare it is possible ...


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