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I have a 2000 ford explorer and it has a loud whining noise after

Whenever I'm driving or slow down during driving, my 2000 ford explorer whines constantly. This problem is more prevalent during the summer or sometimes when the a/c is in use

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  • gdjames123 Jul 05, 2009

    It whines in park with engine idle also

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    Ivan Verdezoto May 11, 2010

    Do you hear the noise like if it would be a loud whistling that comes from the air filter system? Does it reduce the sound when A/C is activated? Try hearing if the sound comes from this place. Take out the air filter system and listen the origin of the sound an let us know. If you can, with the hand, try to block the air pass to the motor to chek if this calms the sound. If this happens may be you shoul just make and adjustment to the air vents of the motor but please do this thing first and let us know.

  • Johnny Hilliard May 11, 2010

    Does it whine in park with engine at idle o only while vehicle is in motion

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Power steering pump is low or getting weak

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