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I have a 1988 4x4 Nissan Pathfinder that makes a squeaking noise when I let my foot off the accelerator. I'm not stepping on the break either, just freewheeling. It sounds like a steady squeak with each rotation of the tires, but I'm not sure where its coming from exactly

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  • enakaguma Jan 10, 2009

    Okay will do....Thanks for the advice

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I'm guessing either a belt getting worn, or a little rust build up on brake rotors, or warning tabs on brakes rubbing on rotors. Have someone walk along both sides, of the vehicle while you drive slow down the street, or laneway, they should be able to pinpoint it better for you that way.

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