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Old 07-14-2012, 08:54 AM   #1
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Okay so Tuesday of this week I left my house to go to work really early and I pulled out of my driveway and went left towards work. When I straightened out my steering wheel I heard a high pitched squeal. I didn't think it was my car until it did it again that day after work. Now every time my car sits for like 10+ hours and the first time I back out of the driveway it squeals. What is it??? The car drives fine but the noise is annoying as crap. That and I locked my car yesterday and my horn is like twice as high pitched as it usually is. I let it sit over night and just tried it again and it's still really high and annoying and makes my car sound like a sissy. Neither issue affects how the car drives but they're both annoying as anything. Anyone know how to fix the horn and what the squealing might be when I straighten out my steering the first time every day after my car sits overnight? Help. my car is supposed to sound mean and muscly not like nails on a chalkboard.
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Try to park somwhere else then turn your ignition on, try turning your steering wheel all the way left and right then if it squeals that might be your power steering pump, i would say that's normal. Lol.
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Yeah replace your belt...thats the squeezing noise. Get a high quality gatorback or polycog that'll fix the problem for a few years.
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What kind of belt? Serpentine?
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Ok. And what about the horn?
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That's new to me maybe somebody here can help you about the horn, while waiting for answers try shaking or cleaning those wires that hooks your horn maybe there are loose wires in there.
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That's new to me maybe somebody here can help you about the horn, while waiting for answers try shaking or cleaning those wires that hooks your horn maybe there are loose wires in there.
Ok thanks! Oh, where do I find those wires? Lol
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