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1993 nissan altima what could be causing a screeching

1993 nissan altima what could be causing a screeching noise while driving,, sounds like a belt, drives fine but makes that belt noise.

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It probably is a belt. You should look under the hood and check for a loose belt. Tighten as necessary. You should not be able to deflect the belt more than 1/2" in the center of the span of the belt.

Brakes will also make a screeching noise when they are worn out. This noise will also go away when you stop (of course). The sound is quite different than the belt sound.

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