mysterious engine squeek - NOT pulley related
So maybe you guys can help me out with this one...
I have a squeek (sounds just like a belt squeek, although it is not) coming from my engine. high pitched noise that seems cyclical. It appears to be coming from the rear of the engine, not so much the front. I only hear it close to idle, it goes away as the rpms increase over say 1100. The sound comes and goes (not consistently that I have heard yet). Temperature (ambient or motor) doesn't seem to matter.
To me it seems like a noise from the fuel rail or ignition or something... but why would the coil or wires squeek? I don't think they could. so maybe it is the fuel rail or the injectors? Or something inside the engine?
Deep Wedgewood Blue 1999 Ranger XLT 4x4
3.0 FFV | M50DR1 5 speed | 4.10 8.8 Limited Slip | Cranked & Shackled