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2001 hyndai accent, my heater is making some horrid noises! Usually in the morning when the car is cold it doesnt make noise, but seems like once the car warms up it makes a terrible screeching noise!

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Sounds like you might need a new blower motor . bearings do fail in them

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SOURCE: Screeching noise when I turn on my air conditioner or heater

It may just need to be adjusted (it sounds like it's too loose). If the belt isn't cracked or frayed, you should just have it tightened up a bit . If there are signs it is worn (cracked frayed) replace it.

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SOURCE: Car makes funny noise upon starting on very cold days

Have your power steering belt checked and adjusted, or replaced if worn.

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The first thing to check would be to make sure the power steering reservoir is not running near empty, locate the filler cap for the power steering pump it should be marked and then add the appropriate amount making sure you don't over fill, that may make the sound go away if not we must move on to the next possibility, by the way if the noise gets louder when you turn the steering wheel it is most likely the power steering pump or fluid level is low.

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SOURCE: noise in steering column when starting car in cold

this is simply a fluid issue try draining steering fluid and replacing it make sure to start car after top up and turn steering full lock a few times in each direction and top up to max as required done

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SOURCE: My car makes a squealing noise every morning when

You either have a loose drive belt, or an extremly worn drive belt. I would recomend replacements of all of the belts.

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