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Whining sound when idling and when I accelerate.what is it

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Could be anything that is attached to the serpentine belt. ie: starter, water pump, A/C compressor, tensioners, steering pump.

My guess is a bad idler pulley bearing (cheapest to replace).

How many miles, what year is vehicle?

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