Question about 1994 Toyota Camry
Belts were put on too tight or have gotten too loose after they were replaced. the nuts that hold the parts in place may not have been tight enough causing the parts to move , which loosens the belt. maybe the belts were stretched too tight when replaced,....... either will cause squealing...good luck
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