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Re: My alternator belt broke and I need to know how to...
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Sounds like you lost your belt. Or your alternator went bad. The clicking you hear is from the starter due to little power it can't start. The check engine lght might be wired to the battery light so check the belt if it's still there you will probably need a alternator and a battery charge. Also if you lost your belt your car might have overheated also.
You need to look under the hood, located the Broken/Missing Serpentine Belt. Repair the damage the belt did when it broke and put a new one in. The Alternator is not turning and that is causing No Power to get to the systems and more than likely, when it broke, it knocked some wires around.
Looks like that you have an alternator belt issue. It was squeaking for the belt is loosen. I strongy suggest that you tighthen it for the alternator to charge the battery. If the alternator belt looks worn then replace it for optimum performance.
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It is most likely your alternator. Your alternator failed and then your battery lost its charge. Have the battery charged and tested before you replace anything just to double check. Either way, the battery needs to be charged seperately. Don't try to charge it with your new alternator or jumper cables as this could burn up your new alternator.
is your belt slipping? You may have a bad tensioner pulley. Check all pulleys make sure they will spin and not lock up, if they feel really tight or after rotating them around several times they get tight replace
i don't know if that was a question or a statement, if the belt broke off then replace it. it is probably the reason your brake light and your battery light came on. your alternator can't charge the battery with no acc belt and as for the brakes, well i need more info to really answer anything further. i don't even know there is a question involved.