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Nissan altima 2005 noise from engine

My 2005 nissan altima is making a loud winding noise, they say I have to replace the alternator, is this the case?  It's running and starts fine.

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    x-trail 2005 making weird sound seems like coming from top of engine area looks like 4 pipes coming into top of engine and one is making a very lowed nois but only after driving for about 15 minuites wen engine gets warm help

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I had the same issue had the alternator replaced and their is no longer a noise.

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