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What are the symptoms of a fan or alternator belt slipping

I drive a 1990 toyota 4x4 with timing chain so im not talking about that but the belts you can see on the outside what does it do if they slip. also can an alternator sieze or burn out?

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    Jerry Koski May 11, 2010

    usually if they are loose they will start squeeling or if the alternator is locked up or locking up the belts will start burning or squeeling .. Jerry holler if you have more.

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Nothing really happens it just means one of your pullys is going out or the bearings it will not hurt if the belt skips every once in awhile

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