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Noise from engine

Hello, I have an 09 CRV. The last couple of months I have noticed that before the engine is warmed up and I start accelerating there is a bit of a high pitch wine coming from the car and it seems to shift a little bit rougher than usual. Once the engine warms up the noise is gone. My friend says that noise is normal while the oil drops to the pistons. Does this sound right or is something wrong?

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My 04 Toyota Tacoma makes a squealing noise from left side of engine during acceleration only. Noise stops when at idle.

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Check your belt. Belts will whine when they're worn, cracked or glazed. I hope this was helpful. It's not normal. Take care and God bless.

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