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Re: whistling noise under the hood of my Honda civic.
Thhis noise could be a mutitude of issues. If you have some dash board spray, try spraying some on the top pully staying away from the fans and belts. Also position your face away from the expected spray. Water can be used but it not as affective. Then let me know what happened. Later DRRXR :)
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you most likely have a loose belt.only a mechanic can tell you which one. this is an issue that needs to be dealt with,or else you can be in a break down situation. the whistling is a belt slipping,then when it warms up,it quits right? you never hear it unless it's a first start up,or a cold engine start.as long as engines warm it will restart with no sound at all. please get an estimate at least 2 estimates,it should not be very expensive,less than$60.00 and thats high. thank you for choosing fixya.com
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
very common problem is the door lock actuator. i would recommend replace that. a good idea also would be to remove the door panel and check all the rods that connect to the assembly and make sure one didnt pop off.
I had a problem on a 91 Civic DX where the drivers auto seat belt
wouldnt move and the beeper would not stop.Had a blown seat belt
fuse.Replaced the fuse no more problem. The Seat belt fuses are located
under the red cover that covers the positive battery terminal. On mine
the fuse closest to the font of the car was for the drivers side auto
seat belt the one closest to the windshield is for the passager seat
belt. They are green and rated at 30A.