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I have a high pitch wine in engine and it increases as RPM goes up sound like right side by fire wall 85000 on car.

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I had the same thing and it turned out to be a bad Idler pully which eventually went bad and tore up the belt. note one bolt on the idler has to be reached from underneath the car.

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