1998 GS 400 - Loud high pitch noise on the inside cabin
I have a GS400 and I was coming to a stop when I heard a loud high pitch noise coming from the front inside cabin. Initially I thought it was the radio and cut it off but it kept hissing. Finally after a few more seconds it stopped on it's own. Has anyone had this problem and what the heck could it be?
Re: 1998 GS 400 - Loud high pitch noise on the inside...
Never had that problem with my GS400 but on my 95 maxima, i used to have that same high pitch squealing noise... i used some belt dressing that i got from R & S Strauss for a few dollars and sprayed it on my belts and pulleys that ran around the alternator, compressor, etc. and never heard the noise again. hope your problem is as simple and cheap to fix as mine was
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The first thing I would check is you emergency brake lever. Sometimes a coin or something will fall into the mechanism preventing you from releasing the e. brakes fully. Usually that buzzer means that the brakes are still on. If you're not having any other problems with the brakes, this is where I would look first.
First and most important Have the battery disconnected .If there are blue sparks coming from a fuse Thats sparking you need to find out what system the fuse protects and check for a short in that system.Thats whats causing the sparks whether it be in the fuse box or whatever is protecting.
sets below the intake manifold and takes about 5 hours to replace even if you are handy with cars it is a big job to take on.after doing over 50 or more for an old recall it still takes me about 2 hours to complete.
The only four rotating items under the hood are
power steering pump
and smog emission pump.
I would check the fluid level on the power steering first. Check for pink fluid leak on the ground,
Check the A/C system with the wheel turn to one side and APPLY ALL LOADS.
Example: high beam on,A/C max,radio on and deforster on.
This will give you system a stress test.
All eyes on the pully and locate to part that generate the loud screeching noise.
My bet is on the power steering pump.
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