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Whining noise My 94 Jeep Cherokee makes a whining noise when it's idling.

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Could be a few things:

Belt slipping- adjusted through tensioning bolt on bottom of power steering pump

Pulleys- take off belt and hand turn pulleys. Find one that gives resistance and possible makes the whining noise. It's probably the idler pulley.

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