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New motor in car there is a sqealing noise that get loader when engine is reved up also are the front tires susposed to rotate in opposite directions when in park

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NO,I think,the front tires,are supposed to rotate the same way the rear tires do,

Posted on Jul 07, 2010

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1: check the tension of your belts, that is what the squeal sounds like.

2: yes. when the front wheels are off the ground and turned, they will rotate opposite directions. this is normal for a non posi - trac car.

Posted on Jul 07, 2010

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