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You might check the coolant level after the engine cools,if it's low add 50/50 mixture of coolant and water. Keep an eye on the level to see if it happens again. You might have a small leak in the system. Good luck
Please take a picture of where you think the noise is coming from. Meanwhile your local dealer will gladly take a little 'look' and give you a better idea than I can from here. If you can video the engine with the hood up - and put it on YOU TUBE then post the link here. I will give you a much better answer. Meanwhile - spray the belts with plain water just before you start the engine. Then start the car and spray more on each belt. If you hear a change - eitther tighten that belt or change it out. Remember just because it is a new belt doesn't make it good. Some times mechanics accidentally over stretch the belt on the first install. Not often but it does happen.