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My car is making a high pitched whistle after about a twenty minute drive. It goes away when i push on the throttle and comes back when i let off. Also it is a mazdaspeed protege.

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  • schmales Nov 07, 2008

    I have the same issue but I have one by one disconnected the power steering belt- I still get the loud noise, Then I disconnected the alternator belt and still the same noise. The only thing left on the car is the timing belt-what is left?

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Ok heres what it could be... first check your belts.. if there ok then it s your altaniter pully or tension bar lully thats hollin like that it could even be your power sterring pully... chcek where the sound is commimg form by reving the engine for under the hood while you are there. if its any one of these pullys then replace the alt.. tension or power sterring unit. good luck.....

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