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Whinning noise My 2004 Rav 4 makes a loud whinning noise when I'm idling. The noise is coming from the rev and goes from a low octave to a higher octave. It tends to go away when I accelerate. Got any ideas?

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    but it doesn't sweak when i turn

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Possible power steering pump.

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