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My car makes a screamming sound and hesitates

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  • rangerperdom May 11, 2010

    can you specify a little more on the noise location when it happens and under what conditions it happens

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99 percent sure it is the fan belt or the timing belt 100 percent sure if it does it worse in the morning when it is cold

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