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Squealing coming from belts 1998 elantra

I have changed the belts on car and replaced power steering pump but the car is still squealing and when i turn wheel awful please any ideas

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The belt isn't tensioned correctly. Spay some WD40 on the belt whilst engine is running. May cure temporarily.

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