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Is it safe to go to a local mechanic?

I dont have any idea where to adjust the tension for the belt of my car suzuki aerio 2003....should i bring it to the dealershipor have a local mechanic do it for me? the squeaking sound comes from cold start but after a mile the sound goes away....

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Its safe to take it to any ase cirtified mechanic because they go through training every year its their job to do so the dealership is a good place is a good place to take it tho it may cost more but they specialise on the car if its a suzuki dealer if not im seriously suggesting you check your local mechanic and find out their cirtification just make sure by asking arround or listening to friends about their quality of work and trustability

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