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Q: Air compressor?

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How would I know if it's my air compressor what noises should I look out for and how would I fix it is one question and second is alternator same thing what noises should I look out for and how would I fix it ?

Hi there:

Unfortunately, not having any details about the make, model or year of your vehicle we’re unable to provide you with accurate information about your air compressor or vehicle issue you’re experiencing. Please provide more information and we’ll be happy to assist if we can.

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