Q: 2002 suburban sounds like an air leak coming from the back of the block its very loud like screaming sound after about a week its

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My car has 134000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi John. Thanks for contacting us today. It’s quite possible that you have an exhaust manifold or exhaust system leak that is causing the noise. That is typically what causes the noise you are describing.

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