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Load squeaking when running dies sometime

Squells real bad when running dies sometime when you put it in gear bottom pully not moving not sure if is supposed to?

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All pullys should be moving in the serpentine belt, if one is not moving than that would cause friction and belt winning. replace what ever that pully is attatched to the bearing is ceased.

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