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When accelerating our van it starts to squeal very loud now.

When you push the gas pedal an when in cruise this squeal is still there an very loud.

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  • lh_jackson Mar 08, 2009

    thankyou jackiaria for your answer will check these an let you know if that corrects the problem. very much appreciated.

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Have your fan and other belts checked/replaced!
Rarely but sometimes a can of belt dressing will stop the squeal if the belt's just a little to dry!
Check your oil!
Check your trans and other fluids if you don't think it's a belt!
jackiaria

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    Jack Iaria Mar 12, 2009

    How's the squeal on your auto doing?

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