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My 1999 malibu screeches loud .

This screeching does it when you are waiting ata light. it does itwhen you start moving and goes away in a few minutes.

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Is this screeching like a sqealing? It will be a belt problem, the belt is slipping on the pulley system you may be able to adjust tension or spray on some belt dressing but will most likely need to change the belt hope this helps you,good luck

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