Question about 2005 Nissan Pathfinder
It only lasts for a second but it sounds horrible. I don't know if it's the engine or a belt or what.
Sounds like a loose drive belt,check the tension on all belts and adjust as needed
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
More than likely the belt is glazed or it is a pulley bearing that is lacking grease. Easiest way to figure this out is to use a can of WD-40 and, with the engine running, spray the pulley area of the alternator, then the waterpump, then power steering and A/C....then the belt last. Do one at a time....this should narrow down your troubleshooting......but sounds like a glazed belt.
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