I spent some time away from my home last week, and of course the battery in the lotus was dead. After some quick manual maneuvering to get it out of the garage, I realized rear/mid engine cars look strange when they are getting jumped.
Then I fired it up, and heard a noise... A belt squeal has risen from the depths of the fiberglass shell, and I need to figure it out. Any ideas oppo? This is an '09 Elise SC with less than 30K on the odo. The squeal starts at 3k and up, once the engine runs at that specific RPM for awhile, the squeal goes away. It will eventually disappear totally after 30+ minutes of driving and running through the RPM range. I'm open to all ideas.