Does anybody know what could cause a whining noise up deceleration? As soon as I take my foot off the gas there's a whining noise that lasts until I slow down to about 15mph. I don't think its the tranny cause it makes the sound in neutral too. I have a 2000 jeep cherokee sport btw.
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is the weather cold? could be a number of things where is the sound coming from? engine bay .. below the jeep.. by the tires ? wheres it comming from does it only whine when your decelerating or is it when its idleing too?
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It only whines deceleration (Alothough it might whine while driving but its not too noticeable). I live in Orlando, Florida so I doubt it's the weather. Sounds like its coming from under the body maybe mid to rear-end.