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Old 02-23-2010
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new altenator makes whining noise

So I replaced y altenator. Belt is good and all. But now it has a whining noise that I'd quite noticable. I know its the alt cuz it gets louder when decelerating to an idle or when accelerating quickly... Any suggestions?
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Get it rebuilt...or if there is a warranty, take it back.
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return it, and if it came from autozone, get your money back and go buy one somewhere else.
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