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When I crank the car after a few minutes of being on it starts to make a humming noise. It starts very faint and after a while of driving it begins to get louder. If the air conditioner is on then it starts to get louder. What could this be?

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Without more information it is hard to tell. Is the humming noise variable depending on the speed that you are driving or constant? Could be ground, radio, pulley, compressor noises hard tell.

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