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Belt noise when first starting engine

2006 frontier has belt noise when first starting engine. Changed belt and tensioner pulley but still getting belt noise when engine cold.

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Don't use a "belt dressing"...

There may be oil or other substance on the pulleys.
Remove belt and clean all pulleys .. inspect belt for contamination from those pulleys.

That should do it!

Posted on Sep 08, 2009

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