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Squeeking noise when i start the engine, with the engine cold

When i start the car in the morning i hear a squeeking noise that last about 10 minutes then when the engine is warm it does not squeek anymore.

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Probably serpentine belt to loose.
It is common. Have it checked.
Also can be water or oil getting on belt and it starts slippering and makes the noise.
Good Luck

Posted on Dec 12, 2008

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