Question about 1997 Plymouth Voyager
My wifes van has had a high pitched squeal coming from the engine area for a while now. The noise is highlighted when she presses the accelerator. We have replaced the serpinteen belt many times with no resolution. What other part could be causing this problem.
I would suspect one of the idler pulleys, alternator bearings, water pump baring, you can isolate the location of the sound by using a short piece of hose, hold one end at your ear and with the engine running and the squealing noise evident carefully aim the other end of the hose at the deferment pulley locations, as you get closer to the noise source you will hear a marketable rise in noise you hear through the hose, careful not to get the hose caught up in the belt
Posted on May 05, 2010
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