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Hi, I live in Australia and I have a Holden 2011 SRI-V Cruze sedan I bought last week. Its done 100,000km and is driving well, performance and handling are great. However I noticed sometimes (usually when I've driven the car for a while, stopped and then started it again with the engine still warm) it seems to make a noise like windscreen wipers. It kinda speeds up with the engine and disappears when i turn the AC on. However it makes no noise at all when started cold.
Here is a video and you can hear the sound if you turn up the volume, which i recorded after i drove somewhere, sat the car for a bit and turned it on.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oc3e8mzteF8

My car is under warranty from a dealer (from getting a 5yr up to 200,000km option). I'm just wondering is this normal or does something need to be fixed. I think i found something about an Air Conditioning compressor and an idler pulley bearing being faulty in another thread...
 

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Ah sorry i was thinking series 2 rather than generation 2. If someone could move this thread it would be excellent.
When you buy a car used here and its less than 10yr old and less than 150000 from a dealer you get a 3 month warranty. I got a 5yr, up to 200000 km warranty added on mine as well. Its weird that it only does it when its warm and after you stop the car for a bit and start it back up. If you run continuously from cold it doesnt do it :/
 
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