Q: Car making a noticeable noise

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There is a noticeable noise coming from the area of the fan. The car is not overheating and the noise is more noticeable when going slow.

Hi. Typically noise from a spinning part on your car is due to either a pulley or belt. If the noise is squealing that signifies that a new belt is in order. I would suggest having a certified mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, come inspect the noise in more depth.

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