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The other day i went through some flooded streets with my 1998 chevy malibu,,the next day it sounds like the rubber on the tires is making a wining sound,,the kind like you hear on big 4-wheel drives,,it raises pitch as you go faster or slower.Question,,is there lubrication in the abs system that may have washed away and is dry now,, maybe needs more lub to get rid of the wining sound? Please let me know! Thanks

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You could have got the belt wet try to spray some armor all on belt and see if that stops it

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