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High pitched squealing noise when i start engine

2003 nissan frontier makes a high pitched squeal when i start it but does'nt happen every time.

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One of the belt should be loose or worn. Make sure they are not worn or cracking before tightening.

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Have Your alternator belt checked for the propper tension:]

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