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Screeching noise coming from engine...HELP!!!

My car started to screech right when i started to drive it. I checked the oil....almost nothing. I know I have a leak due to a crappy gasket. I didn't think it would have leaked this much. Anyways, there is a screeching noise coming from the engine, I believe. Did I F*** up my engine?? Help me please ASAP!!!!!

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  • aaronjram Nov 16, 2009

    Most likely, yes. Stupid, I know, but my engine must be leaking more oil lately. You think it's ok to drive to mechanics at least like this? Thanks for your help.

  • aaronjram Nov 16, 2009

    Most likely, yes. Stupid, I know, but my engine must be leaking more oil lately. You think it's ok to drive to mechanics at least like this? Thanks for your help.

  • Bill May 11, 2010

    You ran the engine with no oil?

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No probably what your hearing is the belts slipping, they are probably getting oil on them from your leak and slipping.

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