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I AM HEARING A WHINE OR GRRR(ROTATING GROWL)UNDER MY FEET AND THE CENTER CONSOLE UNDER THE DASH IN A 2001 SEQUOIA 135000 MI 20 - 35 MPH

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Check the transmission fluid level and also check the power steering fluid and the condition of the drive belt

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