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92 jeep, I replaced the serpentine belt and it won't stop sqealin

How tight should a serpentine belt be on a 92 jeep?

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  • djecs Jun 21, 2009

    I had it that tight and it still sqealed, and it sounded like the bearing where going to come out of the power steering pump.

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