Question about 1995 Honda Passport
I have a 1995 Honda Passport that begins squealing like it has a loose belt when first started up. But after a while it stops and it only does it in lower gears. I never hear it in 4th or 5th gear. I was wondering what options it might be as to what is wrong with it.
That usually means that the belt is loose. If it is loose it will make noise on start up and go away, but while running normal, if u make the pullys work more such as A/C, or something, you'll cause it to slip again, thus making it squeal and make noise. Another idea is if you only have one belt (a serp. belt) then if the tensioner, which is not adjustable by hand, is going bad could maybe cause this noise if the belt is slipping from not enough tension. An experienced tech would be able to tell if a tensioner is bad just by pulling on a belt and seeing what tension the belt has at the time. Hope this helps, good luck
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