Question about 2005 Ford F-150
Most likely no, check to make sure that all of your pulleys are turning correctly with the belt. If the pulleys are all turning then the thing that is probably causing the noise is your belt. Go buy some "belt dressing" from an auto parts store and spray all over your serpentine belt. Sometimes your belt gets water on it and will squeal afterwards, the belt dressing helps correct this. Hope this works, let me know what happens and I will see if I can help more.
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