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Whinning Noise when cold.

Hi I have a suzuki swift 2007 model Automatic. When cold I get a whinning noise when started. After it warms up this goes. Could this be the water pump or timming belt? Do suzuki swift have timming belts or timming chains???

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Timing belts don't while because they don't slip! Could be the water pump/alternator belt.

Posted on Dec 12, 2009

Testimonial: "Thank you...Its a high pich whinning noise when started cold ...you can hear it especially when accelerating. goes when engine is warm:("

  • philipk Dec 12, 2009

    Definitely sounds like the aletrnator/water pump belt.

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    sld_sxm Oct 15, 2012

    how do you changer the waterpump belt with out troubling the timing belt?

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