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Grinding noise everytime I hit on the accelerator, when I leave the accelerator noise goes down, its not a consistent noise..

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SOURCE: everytime i accelerate my car it starts making a

Are you sure you don't hear anything like a chirping sound when the engine is idling? Have you popped the hood and listened while the engine was idling? Have a friend sit in the driver's seat while you pop the hood, tell them to press the accelerator and then listen for the squeal. I would bet dollars to donuts the problem is the serpentine belt is worn and needs to be replaced.

Posted on Oct 20, 2009

Testimonial: "it chirps and squeals when you hit the acceleration and the noise seems to be coming out from the driving belt and near the power steering pump"

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sounds like a bad hub bearing

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