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Squeaky surpintine belt

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  • Anonymous Feb 22, 2009

    Squeaky surpintine belt on 2000 dodge dakota, replaced belt tesioner & pulley, still have the squeak not as bad belt is not a year old and the more costly one at that Any ideas?

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Take the belt off and turn the all the pulleys(exept crank pulley) by hand to make sure none of them have a bad bearing. if all the bearings are good, the tensioner probably isn't applying the correct tension.

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You can also put belt dressing on your belts you can find it at any auto store

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