All cats can have different sounds when they purr from loud purring that sounds like a locomotive to sounding like a pigeon. Cats have muscles in their voice box that vibrate to cause the purring sounds and most cats purr when happy.
The Victoria Crowned Pigeon makes hooting and whooping sounds.
sounds like your alternator..
Sounds like the regulator in the alternator is going out.
Sounds like the belt on the alternator is slipping.
It sounds like the alternator is bad. If the alternator is bad the battery will not hold charge when running
Steven Seagal (sounds like seagull). Walter Pidgeon (pigeon), George Segal (seagull) Russel Crowe (crow)
Sounds like alternator is out.
Sounds like alternator is going bad even though it still may still hold a charge
sounds like you lost an alternator belt
depends on where the "squeaky sounds" are coming from. something could be loose, such as a hinge or something. if it screams like a banshee, then its the alternator belt, or the alternator itself. it all just depends on where its coming from
Need to check the charging system. sounds like a bad alternator.
its becaUSE YOUR ALTERNATOR IS DYING
Sounds like it could be a bad alternator, but I can't be sure based only on the question. Can also be a loose alternator drive belt.
It sounds like the alternator belt is slipping with the high electrical load. Tighten or replace the alternator belt.
sounds like your alternator starting tell you something... you can buy new alternator, get your old unit reconditioned or buy a second hand one
Sounds like the brushes are worn down in the alternator.
Male and female pigeons make very similar sounds, even during courtship. The only sex-specific sound is that of the male, a soft rolling hoo that is made while he circles the female to impress her.
Pidgin is an instant messaging client. It is pronounced "pigeon" - pij-uhn. The pij part sounds like the idge in Ridge.
sounds like the belt on alternator needs replacing/adjusting which means it ain't spinning the alternator rite so it doesnt "charge the battery and supply power for vehicle hence the slow starting
Pigeons and doves make cooing sounds, varying by species.
Check your alternator and if that isn't it (but sounds like it) take a look at your starter.
It sounds like your alternator is no longer recharging your battery. You probably need a new alternator.
If the battey is dead it won't charge. But it sounds like the alternator is bad. If you're sure tha battery is good then it has to be alternator, wiring, connectors or switch.
Sounds like it could be low voltage Battery charged? Alternator working?