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Whinning sound I recently bought a used 1999 plymouth voyager. I immediately noticed that it sounded like it was idoling high but had no jearking or problems. Then when it began to rain rather hard, I heard a squeaking like maybe a belt. it sounded like it was in the front passanger side. Now the squeak is gone but when I accelerate, it makes a kind of whining sound. Any ideas?

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If the van has over 40,000 miles on it i would change the drive belt and make sure it has enough power steering fluld in it and check the transmission fluid as well

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