Question about Peugeot Cars & Trucks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
One of the belt pulleys likely has a bad bearing. watch the pulleys for binding while it's running or remove the belt and check each pulley by hand. AC puts more strain on the belt...if the belt is not new and pulleys check out, (and tensioner is working properly) change the belt.
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
If the belt is not tense enough it will squeal, so make sure it's tight enough. Otherwise you can use a stethoscope or long screwdriver up to your ear to isolate the source of the noise.
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
Best solution I found is to wash the exterior of
the windows with plenty of warm soapy water and wipe down the window's
molding,(especially on the bottom portion) with a wet rag with the
window down. Also, clean the interior window with a warm damp rag. This
seems to work.
If that doesnt work, you can certainly lubricate the cable (one continuous loop IIRC), but to do it thoroughly, you will have to remove the door panel. You can get access to some parts of the regulator from the four small access holes that are located on the horizontal surface of the bottom of the door, two in front and two to the rear. If you have never seen the inside of the door, you have to get a picture of the mechanism so that you know what you are "shooting" at.
That Wurth HHS spray that Stefan mentioned is excellent as it does not evaporate quickly and it works for a long time lubricating the parts.
Posted on Dec 18, 2009
It is your serpentine belt slipping on one of
the metal pulleys and the friction is causing the high pitch screech. The belt
may need to be tightened or replaced, which is an easy fix.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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