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Making a loud squealing noise at over 60mph.

(2005 Toyota Tacoma)
in Spring, TX on July 12, 2009
Any idea what this may be?
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on July 13, 2009
Sometimes the drive belt idler or tensioner bearings fail and at high RPM's the belt will squeal because the bearing can't turn as fast as the belt passing over it, Have a tech check this right away
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