if its coming from your engine it could with your belt (pray this is it). make sure its fine if not check your altenator. i've gotten mud and sand in the bearings of the altenator i couldn't figure it out till it died on me on the highway(not fun). once i replaced it whining gone. it goes up when you accelerate because your belt turns the alternator faster.
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