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why does my dodge dakota whine as i drive down the road? i already changed the wheel bearings

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Amanda J. Pierce, MBA Ciaran, Sometimes, a "whining" noise can be an indicator of an alternator beginning to fail. I recommend having an inspection, to rule anything major out.

Lori Johnson, Owner and Instructor at Ladies Start Your Engines Dear Ciaran, You could check your axles or your tires, depending on the noise. Lori Johnson

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