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Belt Squeal Replaced drivebelt and tension pulley, still have a bad squeal which increases when lubed? Next option? Anyone?

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If you are using a proper belt lube and it still squeals, you should look for something like a dragging component such as an alternator or power steering pump that may be defective.

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