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How does the power steering belt go on a suzukie

How does the power steering belt go on a suzukie esteem

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Look up the make and model of your car on the net, then sarch for belt placement/routing

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Hi my name is Tom and I am here to help you.

Your problem brought back old memories of when the same problem drove me nuts many years ago. I believe your problem is in your power steering belt.

All belts get coated with oil and residue from years of use. The sound is loader when you have the air conditioner running or turning corners because this puts strain on the power steering system.

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Now, do not be surprised when engine slows down. This is normal. Increasing the friction "loads" the engine and its' rpm drop. I spray all the belts because they all have the shinny surface.

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This is not a cure all. If this does not work, the only sure fix is to replace the belt. This is a fairly simple task that I could help you with.

I am interested in how this turns out. Please let me know if I was of any help by rating my ideas. This is the only way I can improve my skills as a auto fixer.

If you have and questions or you want help in changing the belt, let me know and I can walk you through the task.


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