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Loud squeeking coming from the belt area

I have a loud squeeking coming from the belt area, how can I fix this?

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You'll have to the belt if the belt is old.
also, a temporary solution i learned that gets rid of some of the noise is to slowly pour a pitcher of water on the belt while the car is on.

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