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I had a problem with a whistling noise coinciding with my gas pedal. It was diagnosed at the Subaru dealership as a problem with my catalytic converter.

It was replaced about 4 months ago when a check engine light came on. No check engine light this time.

Anyway it seems to be running fine with no more whistle noise but I now get a low pitched noise at a certain point of changing gears when giving gas. I can sort of hold the sound if I hold the RPM but it then goes away pretty easily.

The odd thing was this can be reproduced just like the whistle sound.

Should I be worried? Should I return to dealership for them to look at?

All is under warranty for the next few months. This was warranty work.
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WHEN IN DOUBT, WHEN STILL UNDER WARRANTY, GO BACK TO DEALER AND GET THE ISSUE OR CONCERN LOGGED IN.........just in case something happens when you're past warranty.

Steve
 
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