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Jan 8, 2009 - I hope its just a bolt on thing like B and D tranny. Any help would be great. .... The 2.3l four banger from the accord or cl will fit the v6 j30 engine. Is that rite? ... Do not buy a '97 to '99 3.0CL transmission and expect it to work in yourAccord. It will bolt up to the .... Honda 1998-1999 Accord - (3.0L V6) - B7XA
You could also remove the belt, take a piece of string and measure around the remaining pulleys, tying off the string. Then take that string down to an autoparts store with the belt and get one that matches the width and ribs of the belt and the circumference of the string. You should be able to tension it up to the exact fit. However, make sure the belt in its new configuration isn't going to run into anything on the engine.
It sounds like the alternator has went out. They have bearings in them that eventually wear out. When this happens, they can make a screaching noise, or the bearing itself can lock up, causing the belt to slip and make a similar noise. Both of these scenarios will get louder as you accelerate. When the alternator is not charging your battery correctly, your vehicles electrical system will drain the battery.