Engine Whining/Wheezing

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Yes, the whining/wheezing noise can be reproduced also when the car is in Park and the engine racing...
...Thatís why the theory of the whining/wheezing noise coming from
one of the belt-driven elements (or maybe the Timing Chain itself?) is more logic, no?
Not that it solves this mystery...
"hyundaitech" wrote: > Running the car out of gear won't necessarily produce the same > sound in the > intake manifold as it does when the car is in gear. When out > of gear, > since there's no load on the engine, the throttle isn't open > as much at > the same rpm, and the air flow will be lower as well.
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If it's produced when the car is sitting still and the engine is revved, it should be a reasonably simple matter to probe and find the area where the noise is originating.
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