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2000 Lincoln Continental Noise

Car makes a high pitched schreeching noise more to the right of the car when de- accelerating.  Does not make the noise all the time,  and had it checked when brakes were replaced but they could not find anything.

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May be the belt tensioner is starting to go out.

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