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Loud sqeal from harmonic balancer

Hamonic balancer moves in and out causing loud sqeal.

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If you can physically move the damper the isolating rubber is probably starting to seep out and the damper should be replaced. That is, assuming just the outer part of the damper where the belt goes on is moving and not the whole thing.

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