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Battery warning light is on with weird noise

Never happened before, but my 2005 plymoth town and country's battery light came on about 1 minute into a drive and car began to make a weird ''deep'' whistle noise that gets louder as you drive.
When the car is idle, you can still hear it and it kinda fluctuates (the sounds) as you sit there.

What could it be??????

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This either means your battery has failed or the alternator. You can use a voltmeter to monitor battery voltage it should maintain at least around 13 with lights on if it gets low and car eventually stalls replace alternator. Thanks

Posted on Jun 07, 2009

  • ata harari Nov 01, 2013

    Remove serpentine belt and start vehicle if no noise is heard replace alternator and possible idler pulley: Guranteed: Value Auto Repair

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