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Noise around the belt area

Get a squeaky noise at belt area , then car shuts off but will start right up again , then when driving van hesatas sometimes even shuts off .have replaced fuel filter , belt already can you help-- 2004 freestar--

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Replace the crank sensor. is the car is v6 cly

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