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2006 Chrysler Pacifica. Loud Whistling noise from engine. It goes away when you accelerate, but continues at coast and while in park. Happens when A/C is off and Heater is off too.

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SOURCE: whistling Jeep grand cherokee 1999

Sounds like a vacuum leak. Check that all your vacuum lines are attached and in good condition.

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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SOURCE: loud wizzing/whistling noise

i don't know terms or names but i had the same problem. i found for me it was a whistling coming from the black box w/ hose and air filter that is on the right as you look under the hood. I opened it up and re sealed it and the noise is gone. Sorry I don't know the proper names but for me no more annoying whistle while the engine revs.

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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SOURCE: makes a loud whistling noise after accelerating

Well, unfortunetly, a lean code with low fuel pressure and a whining fuel pump all point to a failing fuel pump, which will leave you stranded. My suggestion would be to talk to the manager of the repair shop and have them work you a deal because from what you're telling me it sounds like they missed the ball on your first two visits. I would demand they not charge for the labor, so you just pay for the part. Let me know if you need further explanations.

Posted on May 18, 2009

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SOURCE: check engine, whistling moise

THIS IS A CLEAR INDICATION THAT YOU HAVE A AIRLEAK TO THE MANIFOLD AND CAN BE ALLICATED WITH WATER SPRAYED TOT HE MANIFOLD. DO NOT PROLONG DRIVING AS THIS CAN DAMAGE YOUR VALVES.

Posted on Jul 21, 2009

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SOURCE: whistling noise when accelerating

you most likely have an aftermarket radio installed
the noise you hear is engine noise, if yo turn your radio off it will go away
this can be fixed by either getting better wiring for your aftermarket radio or by installing a noise filter, you can purchase that at most big electronic stores

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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