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How to fix a belt that is making a loud noise on a 1994 Ford Taurus

I'm not a mechanic, and need to know how to fix a belt that has a loud noise, do i get a brand new belt or does it need tighten up?

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If it is a loud squeaking sound, the belt is stretched out too far for the tensioning pulley to take up the slack. Check if the belt has grease or oil on it. If it does find the cause, fix the cause and then change the belt...there is no tension adjustment to be made,

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