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As with all unusable vehicle noise complaints it is important that the noise be listened to first hand, so have a shop test drive this with you on board to point out the noise to them when you hear it start in your vehicle
CHECK WHERE FROM THAT WHISTLE COMES FROM,IS IT FROM EXHAUST MANIFOLD ,EXHAUST JOINTS OR IS IT FROM THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT? DOES THE ENGINE IDLE AND REVS CHANGED? I WOULD LIKE TO LET ME KNOW SO TO SEE IF I CAN HELP.
Check the protective backing plate for the brakes to see if its bent. Look at the opposite side to get a good idea what it looks like to bend back into shape if so. If bent they will create a noise or whistle effect