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On occasion s loud whistling noise is heard from under the hood. If decelerate it stops. Usually happens drive on an incline

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You may have a belt slipping and when you go up a hill and put more strain on the engine the more it slips and causes the noise. I would check belts make sure none are loose or look extremely worn

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I own a 2001 Mitsubishi Galant. At highway speeds I hear a loud winding noise coming from what sounds like the right front of the car. And also a whistling noise on deceleration.


sounds like you have an hole where air is blowing past. check for any missing screws or holes. if a mounting brace for any hoses or pipes that run under the vehicle have come loose they could whistle as well. if the noise during deceleration only happens when you brake then it's time for new brake pads.
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Depending on the whistle, fist check the vacuum lines.
There are many under the hood.
One way some people test them is to listen most carefully whilst the motor is running, and then take a spray bottle of water and spray it where the whistle sounds like it is coming from,.
If the sound stops, the water has found the hole and has plugged it for a second, and helped you find the leak.
Other whistles can come from a pulley or part that is failing, and that part is telling you ahead of time of the problem.
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Yes, you apparently heard the belt as it came apart. You can look around the path of where you heard the noise and see if there is any obvious damage but usually, there are just a few marks unless a small wire or hose are in the path of the belt. good luck

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