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My 2006 Toyota Corolla is Wheezing

My 2006 Toyota Corolla makes kind of a wheezing sound under the hood once it's running. It's hard to describe - it's kind of a higher-pitched, continuous sound. Is this a common issue? Any ideas to what it might be? I thought maybe it was a belt, but I took it into a mechanic and he couldn't tell what was wrong. Sorry for my lack of a better description....

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Without hearing it?? try another mechanic prefferably and old dinasaur like myself with experiance

Posted on Oct 23, 2009

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    without hearing it?? try another mechanic prefferably and old dinasaur like myself with experiance

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