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Noise chirping serpentine

It did this after i got my timing belt done

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The serpentine tensioner may be weak and not holding enough tension on the belt

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If is a serpentine belt, take it out and check the belt tensioner. some of them have a screw that allows for tightening/loosing the belt. Sometimes it looses some bearings and it could chirp.

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