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Belt squeal when accelerate about 800 rpms

Noise stops for a while when you apply belt dressing or bees was to belt

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Could be your belt is loose or replacing.Also with belt loose,turn pulley with hand to see if it turns freely,here's a link showing you how to replace the belts,first tighten pulley and see if noise stops.

Posted on Nov 24, 2013

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SOURCE: my power steering belt squeals when i start

Are you sure you are looking at the belt that is squealing? Usually the alternator belt squeals when first starting engine, PS belt will squeal when turning the steering wheel all the way right or left. It the tensioner is maxed out, either the belt is stretched, worn out, or way overtightened.

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SOURCE: My 2004 Nissan Frontier will not stop squealing!!

how many belts are on your engine?
And never,never use belt dressing or any spray on a rubber belt!
If you have more than 1 serp belt that drives every thing,remove the power steering belt to verify its that belt.Take a wire brush and clean the grooves on the pulleys and get that belt dressing of too,install new belt and noise will be gone.

Posted on Dec 30, 2009

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