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96 Trooper still squealing after changing all belts

We changed all three belts in the Trooper which for awhile was ok. Now, the squealing is louder and longer than before we changed them. It will squeal for about 15 secs then stop. If I turn on the air/heat it will squeal for about a few seconds then stop. It doesn't squeal any other time EXCEPT if it is raining. Then, it will squeal when I downshift or sometimes when I stop then go. We have tried tighten the belts, putting dishsoap on them - nothing is working. Any suggestions?

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  • cmgreeson May 21, 2009

    So, I should take back the alternater belts and get new ones, is that what you are suggesting? Just want to make sure coz these are suppose to be new.

  • cmgreeson Jun 29, 2009

    We just needed to have the belts tighten again. We were told that they will start to squel after replacement as they will stretch so you need to have them retighten.

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Hi my trooper did the same.would squeal then stop then the bearings for the power stearing broke had to replace that part.then when it started again about 2 years later it was the raidator fan bearings and the radiator shaft sheared so check them out.i had done 100000 miles when the power stearing broke and 1200000 miles when the radiator fan broke.

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Sound like alternater belts you changed one may not have been as good as it should try again

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  • Amy Cross May 25, 2009

    can you adjust and make the gears fit tighter into the belt so in a since it's like you are taking a rubber band and holding it loosly with two fingers on different hands, to obviously tighten it you pull your fingers and hands apart and thus it is tighter, right now your trooper is holding it loosly not sure which belt but the alternater belt is always a good bet(I have had these squeel on several different cars and trucks) they are notorious in my book for squeeling, although you said you have three you replaced so it could be any of them with the motor running the hood up you should be able to watch and listen and even possible watch it slip if it is the alternater it should be a fairly easy to tighten, on most cars and trucks, even tractor trailer(big trucks) look for 1 or 2 bolts that are connected to the arm that holds the alternater or the gear where the belt goes to should have atleast 1 bolt that has a grove it rides in that when loose it easily slides in that bolt is the one that will tighten and loosen the belt. Sorry I couldn't get back to you sooner went out of town. let me know if this helps Thanks and good luck goofballlovers

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