Question about 2005 Honda Accord
Possibly the bearings in the idler pulley or the A/C pully. The pulley will eventually stop working and the belt will wind up breaking. Make sure you do not drive it after the belt breaks since I cant tell you off the top of my head what else is on that pulley. Have a look under the hood, a/c on, then a/c off... (while accelerating.) and see if you can determine which pully it is. If you're handy you may be able to replace the pulley. Parts are affordable at your local auto parts store where I would also suggest purchasing the Chiltons manual for your car.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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