Question about 1994 Chevrolet S-10
I went on a road trip and when i came back it felt as the timeing had been changed it feel *** if it was streeing itsel and working harder to run normal ....
It is possible that the timing belt has jumped a tooth on the pulley if the tensioner is not working correctly or you have been in a hostlie environment (Stones etc)
The only way that can be checked is via setting pegs and marks on the pulleys or a diagnostic check
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Hi Ray This needs to be diagnosed properly I can suggest a couple of things but strongly advise a Holden Dealer. The squeal i would say is the serp belt slipping. What may need replacing is the alternator pulley, serp belt and tensioner. The feeling you get when turning may be as simple as the front wheels either rubbing on a distorted or loose mud flap or an under arch cover, there is one either side which are like felt covers these over time also come loose or distort and touch the tyres when turning. The other more involved issue are the front lower arms they have a very large rubber bush fitted at the back of the arm they perish over time and road noise and shudder can sometimes be felt at steering wheel. As I mentioned I would check around the front wheel arches and strongly advise a Holden Dealer for the rest. Good luck
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