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2005 chrysler Town & Country

Just had my oil changed two weeks ago and now every time I start the carr it sounds like it is whining. It seems like it is idling higher and the whine continues as a drive, it is very annoying. Not sure what the issue is would like to have an idea before I take it into the shop

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Make sure the oil cap is on the engine properly & oil is'nt spraying out as the engine runs.Check the oil level.Possibly a vaccum hose was knocked off causing air to be sucked in (thats popular) which affect the idle & causes whining.Have you been to this shop before? If you dont find the answer, ask them to help.

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