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If it's in contact with the belt, and rotating, it has to have a bearing or bushing. You did not mention the water pump. Give it a once over. Remove or slack off the belt and see if there is any play or wobble in the water pump. It never hurts to spray some belt conditioner (also called belt dressing) on the belts. If coolant has been spilled on the belts they will squeal in a not nice way.
Posted on Apr 29, 2015
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