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Our 2000 Chevy Silverado squeaks. We have replaced the belt and pulley. What could it be?

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Cleaned all pulleys with brake clean or similar before putting new parts on? Did you try spinning all pulleys by hand when belt(s) were off, to see if any have a fair bit of resistance? Sometimes worn bearings in alternator will make similar sound, so rotate it by hand, while applying a little pressure up and down, side to side to see if bearing feels rough at all, as it should feel smooth . Make sure also that you don't have any oil leaks, or small coolant leaks that may be dripping on a pulley or the belt. I have also found (just my experience) that those notched belts, rather than complete groove all the way around, will do that to me sometimes.

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replace the pulley if you are sure it isn't the belt.

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