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My fan belt is screeching - 1999 Honda Civic

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Clean off all rust,oil,coolant,etc from all pulleys

Check for coolant leaks, such as water pump or the
bottom crank damper, motor oil leaks

If no leaks,try turning the belt around

Do not spray anything on it,it should be dry

Posted on Dec 08, 2012

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