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1998 IZUZU TROOPER WHINE SOUND ABOVE NORMAL ENGINE SOUND

SOUND MOST PREVALENT WHEN MANUAL TRANSMISSION IS ENGAGED IN GEARS ONE THROUGH THREE ON FIVE SPEED.

NOISE IN VICINITY OF FANBELT BUT COULD THIS BE A BEARING WHINE FROM WATER PUMP?

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It might be that the car has not had the Isuzu factory soundproofing mod done around the gerbox cover - speak with you dealer.
Possibly the alternator bearings are going , an autoelectric shop can tell you .

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