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I own a dodge ram 1500 with the hemi it just started making like a very loud whining noise and if you try to go over 40 miles it gets really loud can you tell me what this is

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That would be your serpentine belt, you need to get it replaced. It could also be your belt tensioner, your local mechanic will be able to look at it and replace it for you for fairly cheap.

Posted on Oct 09, 2008


I own a 2003 dodge ram and it was doing the same thing and it was the rear end it is in the shop getting fixed

Posted on Aug 20, 2008


Sounds like water pump about to go

Posted on Aug 19, 2008

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