The whining sound may be the bearings in the alternator and they may be seizing up or draging and possibly your belt is slipping on the pulley. Do you have a voltage gauge in your instrument panel? Or just a warning light like a picture of a battery?
it's the air intake taking more air and the belts moving faster
It is probably a vacuum leak. that model doesnt have a carburetor, it has fuel injection. and whining is usually a vacuum leak. it also might cause the engine to "lope" at idle or for it to "surge" when you hold the accelerator steady.
The correct way to spell it would be "whining".
my sister is whining because she couldn't have her toy
The word whining relates to when another person of any age moans or complains for reasons that have no real relevance or importance. Whining also relates to high pitched cries, sounds or complaining.
It could be. A gerund is a verb that acts as a noun in a sentence. For example, "I couldn't stand her whining any more."In this example, "whining" is a thing that I couldn't stand.
If it is a rear wheel drive vehicle it is either low oil in the rear end or an axle bearing. On a front wheel drive vehicle it is probably a bearing.
Signs to be alert to that could indicate a slipped transmission are leaking transmission fluid and whining engine noise. If your RPM gauge exceeds 3500, that's a clear sign. If the car won't accelerate quickly, or coasts for a long time with your foot off the accelerator, those are signs. Your accelerator vibrates or produces an acrid smell. Tour car may also pause when put into reverse. You are in big danger when the accelerator is pushed, the engine revs up, but it doesn't move.
It depends. If they are whining because they are lonely then usually yes. But if they're whining because they're sick, or hurt then sometimes. The answer actually depends on the condition the dog is in.
Fuel pump whining comming from a03 gmc sierra
Crying and whining
Tell him/her that if they stop whining youll buy him/her a cookie or something. lol.
If this whining or humming is out of the ordinary, it's probably a bearing or bushing on the belt assembly that's wearing out.
the whining noise is probably your passenger whining about the stupid questions you ask
Whining noise near belts had pulleys adjusted any idea what is causing this
it is the idler pully. i just replaced mine and all the whining stopped
i think mining and highing
A whining noise in the transmission is usually an indication the transmission fluid is low. Check the transmission fluid and fill it to the recommended level.
A worn out clutch release bearing would cause a whining sound when you put your foot on the clutch.