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    My 1996 Ford Taurus GL vehicle also makes a loud squeaking noise during idle and louder when driving. I just recently changed the belt hoping that it would fix the problem, it actually did for about 1 week, but it began once again. Since that did not fix it, it could be the pulleys so I will be changing those next. A buddy told me that the same happened on his vehicle and the pulleys were just loose so start there and work your away around it.

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You might need to replace the belts. But you could try some spray on belt dressing.

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