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If the squeal is mechanical (belt slipping) and you have a serpentine belt, either your tensioner is not functioning properly, or the belt has stretched to the point where the tensioner cannot keep proper tension. If you don't have a serpentine belt, tighten the belt using the appropriate adjuster.
If the squeal is air in the lines (more of a buzzing sound that you can sometimes feel in the steering wheel), you need to service the fluid reservoir, and it will take a little while for all the air to work out of the system.
Posted on Dec 11, 2016
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