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1999 hyundai elantra just had all belts under hood replaced, I notice a low rumbling/growling noise upon turning right or left. Is this a concern or just that the belt needs to be broken in?

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Hi new belts should not make any noise.if the belts are making noise i would return to the place you had the work done. therumbling/grouling is usuraly from a bad iddler pully/thenshioner pully or a bad wheel bearing.

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Have your power steering fluid checked it sounds low.new belts may have put strain on power steering pump.

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

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    mike loshbough Jan 30, 2009

    ah WHEN TURNING RIGHT NOT A PULLEY.

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