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What is the squeaking seal bark sound you hear from the front of your car while driving?


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2009-01-07 11:03:17
2009-01-07 11:03:17

It's very common and is usually caused by the "fan belt" (water pump belt) being overtight, especially in cold weather before the engine has warmed up properly. It just needs the tension readjusting... a two-minute job for a competent mechanic.


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Sounds like a brake wear indicator. If it changes while braking then it is. Recommend a brake inspection.

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probably not the tire, but the bearings. misalignment can cause vibrations - making all sorts of squeaks.

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Most likely the front squeaking while turning is a brake issue. If this is the case and it is left uncorrected, you could be looking at a very expensive brake job.

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