Question about 2003 Toyota 4Runner
Ok, to answer your question yes and no. There is an auto tenssioner that constantly adjusts to the pull of the belt. The squeal you are hearing is due to a pulley that is not spinning the way it is supposed to, normally the idle pulley is the culprit. While it could be any pulley, the idle pulley is the one that normally has the bearings worn down the fastest. This can cause the belt to stretch out prematurely, which the tenssioner normally takes care of.
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