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Squealing noise when car is idle and when driving

I have 2006 Toyota Corolla that has only 15,000 miles on it and when I turn the car on and continue driving it makes a squealing noise. It often does this when it rains as well but right now it hasn't rained for a few days.

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It is most likely a belt that is a bit loose and needs to be replaced..

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