Originally Posted by 96sleepergle
when you turn your wheels whether its left or right and get a squeeling noise most likely your belts are no good a belt that is too lose will cause the car to run roungh being the altenater uses it to power every thing in the car or a bad power steering pump or worn fluid start with the small stuff first before you think to big you dont want to start replacing thing that are unessesary can be costly so check the belt have some one turn the wheel while you look under the hood the belts are on the passenger side cant miss it
**** that drop in a 3.5 and 6spd, FTW!
No, but seriously it's probably just your belts, check em.
I don't typically hear jet engines so Idk how your car sounds? Maybe take a cam corder and go out on the highway go about 70 and let us hear it. Also is it only at higher RPM's? Idk if your a speed deamon or a slower driver that never brings the car over 2k RPM. but at 70 your running up there 2.5-3k RPM i forget exactly what it is, Have you touched your airbox at all? Just go punch it to 40 and bring it up to 6k rpm and listen does it still sound like a jet plane?
And LOL. lacking in power? Thats funny. with a blown bottom bolt bearing and a tranny with no 4th I was still able to beat an 03 5spd tiburon :P.. Pff no power. omg..Maximas are BEASTS. NEVER SAY THAT AGAIN. you almost make me cry. And yes I know TIBS are slow. but. with a motor that is about to throw a piston at any given second (Which it finally ended up doing when I got it to the junkyard and he drove it in the back) it kinda makes you have a little... low end. middle end. uhh top end. every end. power loss.. FTL..!