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Old 04-14-2018, 12:02 PM   #1  
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Weird noise when driving on wet roads / in the rain

Need help to try to determine the problem. '05 Maxima SE. When driving in the rain / wet roads, there is a weird noise that comes from the front of the car somewhere. No vibrations or changes in performance, but a very annoying sound. Almost like a squeak / clunk. Very hard to explain. This problem only happens in wet conditions. Could this be serpentine belt slipping when it gets wet? Has anyone ever heard of this?.

also, the steering is very stiff. Not sure if this is a common problem, I'm new to Nissan.

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