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Truck making noise after replacing water pump, think i may have put belt back on wrong

Had to replace the water pump on a 1994 mazda b3000 pickup. after putting all the hoses and parts back on when finished i started the engine. it started making a very loud screeching noise that got very loud the more i accelerated. sounds like it might be coming from the belt or fan. maybe you could let me see some instructions on putting the belt back on.

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I have a very loud squealing noise in my 2003 mazda mvp engine when i accelerate. We removed the belts which would eliminate belts as the problem. And that's that it. If anyone has any info please let me know.
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